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Homeowner suing Wells Fargo after his house was ransacked and locks were changed

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It still happening..

The end of John Barber’s unpleasant foreclosure process seemed to be in sight.

Barber had arranged to sell his Easton home through a short sale, which occurs when a bank approves a sale for less than the mortgage balance.

He started packing in anticipation of moving out but said some treasured items, including a coin collection and an antique firearm, were stolen when the bank took the premature step of sending a company to secure the home while he still was living there.

Barber notified police and sued Wells Fargo. The lawsuit alleges he “discovered that his home had been broken into, the locks changed, the premises ransacked, and a large quantity of personal property belonging to him was missing.”

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