Police Hunt 200 Looters Who Broke Into Tampa Walmart Store
Police in Tampa, Florida have asked for public help to identify hundreds of looters who they say have more than $ 100,000 in goods from a Walmart store during George Floyd's protests late last month have stolen.
Hillsborough County's sheriff's office said a crowd of about 200 people, including some swinging hammers, stormed the shop on East Fletcher Avenue shortly after 9 p.m. on May 30. Photo credit: Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office via Storyful
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