A WhatsApp group run by the Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces called the act a "blatant violation of Kurdish people's culture and history".
More than 150,000 people fled the fighting around Afrin in recent days, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor and a senior Kurdish official said on Saturday.
After chasing Kurdish fighters from Afrin, the pro-Ankara fighters broke into shops, restaurants and houses and left with foodstuff, electronic equipment, blankets and other goods, the correspondents said.
The fight for Afrin, a once stable pocket of northwest Syria, has opened a new front in Syria's multi-sided civil war and highlighted the ever greater role of foreign powers in the seven-year-old conflict.
Turkey considers the YPG to be "terrorists", but the Kurdish militia has also been a key USA ally in the fight against the Islamic State jihadist group in Syria.
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Ankara sees the YPG as an extension of the outlawed Kurdish PKK which has waged a decades-long insurgency inside Turkey. Hamad said militants in Ghouta had fired at his brother, killing him and injuring his sons, for trying to get out.
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Turkey considers the Kurdish forces along its border to be terrorists linked to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party or PKK, which has waged an insurgency within Turkey for more than three decades.
Turkey's armed forces say in a statement, troops were combing the streets for mines and improvised explosive devices. But a growing number of witness accounts and social media posts indicated that the Free Syrian Army had entered.
He added, "We will have to take necessary steps to rebuild Afrin, raise infrastructure and wipe out traces of terrorists".
The Syrian government has already condemned the Turkish offensive against Afrin, rejecting Ankara's claim about having informed Damascus of the operation.
Turkey is also facing internal resistance from opposition groups, who are calling for them to withdraw the military from Afrin following the victory.
France, like the United States, has given arms and training to a YPG-led militia in the fight against Islamic State inSyria, and also has dozens of special forces personnel based in the region.