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More Than 70 Pittsburgh Businesses Damaged Or Looting Following Protests Turned Violent

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More Than 70 Pittsburgh Businesses Damaged Or Looting Following Protests Turned Violent

More Than 70 Pittsburgh Businesses Damaged Or Looting Following Protests Turned Violent

Businesses are putting up plywood after a protest in Pittsburgh turned violent on Saturday, leaving 71 businesses damaged or looted; KDKA's John Shumway reports.

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