Family group says it will be sold online and not at a flea market

Family members of two of the victims of a CNA store that was robbed at a CNE flea-market in Chicago said Tuesday that the family would like to see the family members sold online.

The family members said that they were offered the opportunity to buy the family’s home in June, but that the offer was never made.

They said that the store was robbed the night of May 23 at the CNE.

“They were really kind and generous and really friendly.

They made us feel like we were their family,” said CNA Co-Founder Michael Glynn.

“We just don’t understand why they would do this.

We just can’t understand.

They don’t have to be nice.

They can just walk away.

We can’t let them get away with it.

I think we need to be able to walk away from it.

We want to know what’s going on and how we can stop this from happening again.”

Family members said the family had hoped that the CNA online store would be sold at a real estate auction, but it never got sold.

The family of the second victim said they were not notified of the sale of their home, which was sold in August for $2.2 million.

“We are not happy.

It’s not fair,” said Karen DeMarco.

“This was a gift that our loved ones made.

We were expecting to see them come back and buy it, and we were really disappointed when they didn’t.”

DeMarco said the group of family members had asked for a $50,000 donation from the CCA for the family to help pay for a vacation.

“The CCA has been really helpful to us,” she said.

“They really put in a lot of time and effort to help us get to this point.”

The family said they planned to move the family home soon.

“I want them to know that we are not leaving the neighborhood.

We are going to take care of our family,” Glynn said.

The CNA stores website says that the online store will sell everything from toys to books, and that all items will be shipped by UPS.