Cub Foods damaged during Minneapolis riots reopens Wednedsay
The Cub Foods off Lake Street in Minneapolis that was looted and heavily damaged in the riots following the death of George Floyd last spring reopened to customers Wednesday.
MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) - The Cub Foods off Lake Street that was looted and damaged during the rioting in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death last May reopened Wednesday.
The store at 26th Avenue South and East Lake Street reopened to customers at 6 a.m. Several new features were added in the remodeling.
Drone footage of widespread damage on East Lake Street following violent protests overnight
Drone video of the widespread damage on East Lake Street in Minneapolis Thursday morning after protesters set fires and ransacked businesses overnight.
Target, Aldi and several other stores in the area were also looted and damaged in the riots, but have since reopened.
Another Cub Foods on Broadway Avenue was also heavily damaged in the unrest. That location plans to reopen in April.