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Media reports showing widespread looting in Chicago on Sunday night. The Chicago Tribune reported that it observed people carrying shopping bags full of merchandise in the areas where the looting was happening and at least one U-Haul van was seen pulling up.
The Chicago Transit Authority also tweeted that all bus and train service going into the city’s downtown areas was “temporarily suspended at the request of public safety officials.”
“Looting continues this morning. This is the Apple Store at Clybourn/North being hit again around 4:30 a.m,” wrote in a tweet a WGN-TV reporter, showing footage from the scene.
Looting continues this morning. This is the Apple Store at Clybourn/North being hit again around 4:30 a.m. pic.twitter.com/xwpiHt5wDQ— Sarah Jindra (@SarahJindra) August 10, 2020
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