Six businesses damaged during Sherman Park violence

Posted at 7:39 PM, Aug 15, 2016
and last updated 2016-08-15 20:39:29-04

MILWAUKEE -- ATF agents collected evidence Monday near the BP Gas station torched during Saturday's protests. The building is destroyed.
About an eight block radius of the citiy's north side was in turmoil this weekend. Six businesses were set on fire, in relation to the deadly police shooting.

Others were looted. Including Clark's Liquor Store. The manager tells us the inside is destroyed, they still hope to reopen by Friday.
"Take care of your community you know, we live here! Why? I don't understand it," said the manager of Clark's Liquor Store, who did not want his name released.

Chopper 4 showed how the roof of the O'Reilly auto parts store on Fond Du Lac Avenue completely collapsed.
A spokesperson for O'Reilly tells us its too early to tell if they will rebuild. They are relocating all of their employees for the time being.

As for the BMO Harris Bank set ablaze on Fond du Lac, a spokesman tells TODAY'S TMJ4 they are relocating all of their employees for the time being to other branches and are still "assessing the damage."