Hurricane Sandy has killed, left millions without power, gave sharks an opportunity to swim the streets and has left damage in her wake. After the disaster not only is there the recovery from the disaster, but the crime it leaves behind as well.
Not only do natural disasters bring with them loss and damage from the disasters themselves, but also crime as well. The aftermath and chaos from a disaster provides criminals an opportunity, are they now taking to Twitter?

"Sucks they shut down the subways because of the hurricane. Now I'll have to do all my looting on foot, like a loser"
@Fred Van Lente

"Is it safe to start looting Zone A yet? Those people are gone, right? Asking for a friend."
@Alex Balk

"Anyone down for some #sandy looting? "
The Hopester

"I'm looting if she get crazy tomm"
@PhilMySwagg
Followup Tweet: "Who lootin??"
@PhilMySwagg

"Does anyone have any good tips on looting? I'm asking for a friend."
@LucyKafanov

"Bout to do some looting when this hurricane finally hits....gonna get a new laptop and tv...this hurricane might be the best thing to happen" @Call_me_Worm

"So, when does the looting start?"
@Jimmy_Nas

"If this hurricane gets real bad I'm looting stores ! i always wanted to do that ..."
@LucasEmil_10


"If the power goes out I'm tryin to do some old fashioned looting whose down?"
@papabearschwag

"Getting a jump start on the looting while it's still nice out. "
@Justin Shanes