BK residents take part in annual shred fest

Many Brooklyn residents took an extra step Sunday to protect their identities in the fifth annual shred fest. People lined up at Cintas Document Management

BROOKLYN - Many Brooklyn residents took an extra step Sunday to protect their identities in the fifth annual shred fest.

People lined up at Cintas Document Management to dispose of their sensitive and personal materials for free.

The first four people also walked away with their own paper shredder.

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