Kelly: Flooding may have compromised police evidence

Superstorm Sandy may have destroyed evidence stored at an NYPD facility in Greenpoint.

An NYPD storage facility in Greenpoint was damaged

An NYPD storage facility in Greenpoint was damaged by Sandy.

BROOKLYN - Superstorm Sandy may have destroyed evidence stored at an NYPD facility in Greenpoint.

According to Commissioner Ray Kelly, flooding caused serious damage to a storage building, which housed DNA and other types of evidence.

Kelly says it's too soon to say whether any criminal cases will be compromised.

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