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Watch as a replica of Hilton Head's big red buoy arrives and is tipped into place 1:09

Watch as a replica of Hilton Head's big red buoy arrives and is tipped into place

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This Puerto Rican family's home was destroyed by Maria. Now they live on Hilton Head

Farewell to the Hilton Head buoy 1:10

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Ophelia ties record as 10th consecutive Atlantic hurricane, heads toward Ireland

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Work begins on The Sands boardwalk, crippled by Tropical Storm Irma 0:56

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Surveillance video captures suspects looting Houston beauty supply store during Hurricane Harvey

The Houston Police Department released surveillance video Tuesday of multiple suspects looting a beauty supply store during Hurricane Harvey. The burglaries occurred on August 29, 2017, according to Houston police. The first group drove a gray Chevrolet Tahoe up the flooded streets to the Supreme Beauty Supply store located on Lockwood in Houston. They used a crowbar to pry open the front doors, then broke in and began stealing merchandise. Several other groups walked in and helped themselves to the store later that night, including two men who pulled up to the store in a stolen boat. Police are still trying to identify most of the suspects.
Edited by Ashley Jean Reese/areese@islandpacket.com