Flushing residents whose homes were looted after a July 25 gas explosion forced them to evacuate their building are still pressing for answers about the blast and the thefts.
"We haven't recovered anything," said Bellanira Sanchez, 49, a tenant who said her jewelry collection has disappeared.
Police officers guarded the front entrance of 147-25 Sanford Ave. in the days after the explosion and fire, but valuables still went missing from several apartments, tenants said.
Flushing tenants want answers about gas explosion and looting
FDNY spokesman Jim Long said the blast was still "an active, open investigation" but refused to comment about the theft complaints.
Tenants said even the status of their police reports seemed uncertain. When Sanchez requested a copy of a report she filed, she said the 109th Precinct could not find it.