Protests continue for a third night in Minneapolis
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Across the Mississippi River, burglaries and vandalism were reported in St. Paul’s Midway, Sun Ray and Cathedral Hill neighborhoods as violent protesters and looters spilled into the city.
Police Chief Todd Axtell called looting “unprecedented,” and the city’s mayor, Melvin Carter, asked people to remain home and stay away from areas where violent protests took place.
“We won’t tolerate people being injured in this city. We won’t tolerate buildings being burned down,” Axtell said.
Looting, vandalism spilling into St. Paul Thursday
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