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George Floyd killing: How CVS, AT&T are responding to violent protests
Rioters set fire to Minneapolis police station during George Floyd protests
The National Guard was called into Minneapolis after protests intensified overnight. FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo with more.
As demonstrators protested the death of George Floyd across the country this week, some participants took advantage of the chaos to loot and vandalize nearby stores.
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In Minneapolis, where Floyd died while being arrested by a white officer, protesters broke into a Target and set fire to an AutoZone on Wednesday night, FOX Business previously reported.
On Thursday night, other stores were hit, including a Family Dollar, GameStop, Urban Outfitters, Sephora and Timberland in Minneapolis.
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In fact, CVS spokesperson Amy Thibault told FOX Business on Saturday that more than a dozen locations in the Minneapolis area have been damaged and closed “as a result of the ongoing unrest in the state.”