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Veterans' claims found in ex-employee's storage unit

RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring has requested a criminal investigation after Virginia's Department of Veterans Services (DVS) discovered documents, including veterans' claims, that may have been in a former worker's storage unit for years. The documents discovered last week were taken to the McGuire VA Medical Center and officials are in the process of reviewing them and contacting impacted veterans to make sure their claims have been properly filed.
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