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Police Raid Home Of New Jersey Couple Who Raised $400,000 For Homeless Man

The seemingly heartwarming story has taken an unpleasant turn, with the once homeless man suing his would-be benefactors, saying they stole most of the money raised in a GoFundMe campaign.

Police in New Jersey raided the home of a couple who raised $400,000 in online donations for a homeless man but are now accused of pocketing most of the proceeds.

The Burlington County Prosecutor's Office and the Florence Township Police

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