WHITE PLAINS, New York (WABC) -- There are new developments after the owner of a Westchester County Halloween store was accused of refusing service to a group of young adults with developmental disabilities.
A generous stranger stepped up and made sure the group had costumes.
The man heard the story about the eight members of the non- profit group being kicked out of the White Plains store, and wanted to do something.
So he spent hundreds of dollars at a different store, buying costumes and accessories for their Halloween party which was Friday night.
Meanwhile, the state Attorney General's office is looking into the allegations of discrimination.
Stranger buys costumes for developmentally disabled group kicked out of White Plains Halloween store
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