St. Louis Police Release New Video of #Ferguson Looters Destroying Phillips 66 Station (VIDEO)

St. Louis County Police released video of at least 28 looters targeting a Phillips 66 gas station the night of the Michael Brown grand jury verdict.
Police are asking for help in identifying the Ferguson looters/protesters.

From the video: Recognize these people? In total, surveillance cameras caught 28 suspects burglarizing a Phillips 66 gas station near Dellwood on November 24, 2014.

The good news is – they didn’t torch it.

KSDK reported:


Police are asking for the public’s helping in tracking down a number of looters. The suspects were caught on surveillance video the night of the Michael Brown grand jury decision, November 24, 2014. The video is from the Phillips 66 at 1955 Chambers in unincorporated St. Louis County.

The video begins with a man breaking in the front door glass with a jack. Then, police say he and another man enter, and steal the ATM cash box. They are the first two of what will be at least 28 suspects captured on the tape throughout the overnight hours.

Some of the suspects are only in the store for a few brief moments. Others are there long enough to steal items, vandalize the store, and try to break into the store’s inner doors.

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