At least 50 businesses were damaged over night in the result of Portland unrest
About two dozen businesses suffered from vandalism in Portland over a Friday night in the result of the civil unrest, police said.
The Portland Police Bureau said all businesses were purposely damaged in Hollywood neighborhood.
Tonight, a separate group of nearly 50 people gathered at NE Halsey St and NE 52nd Ave before moving to NE 43rd Ave and NE Sandy Blvd. As the group headed southwest on NE Sandy Blvd towards NE 40th Ave, they vandalized many businesses including many small businesses in their path pic.twitter.com/Oyc5RWlFOY— Portland Police (@PortlandPolice) November 21, 2020
According to the Bureau, the group of about 50 people “dressed in all black” and “wearing helmets” gathered and then “vandalized many businesses including many small businesses in their path.”
This evening, a group gathered outside the Mexican Consulate in Downtown Portland. The group was described as dressed in all black and wearing helmets. The group engaged in criminal behavior which included spray painting and vandalizing the property. pic.twitter.com/R5uQFdASDS— Portland Police (@PortlandPolice) November 21, 2020
Portland still at it I guess, breaking windows on what I'm sure is corporate buildings only. pic.twitter.com/yMH70FZjMw— Kitty Shackleford (@KittyLists) November 21, 2020
Some of the stores in the area were spray-painted by A.C.A.B, which stands for “All Cops Are Bastards.” Vandals are said to target Banks and Whole Foods.
Portland building damage from the "Trans Day of Rage" (Whole Foods)— Kitty Shackleford (@KittyLists) November 21, 2020
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There is a group of antifa in black bloc smashing up numerous businesses again in Portland. They announced their gathering via a digital flyer. They're vandalizing banks and real estate in the name of trans lives of color along NE Sandy Blvd. #PortlandRiots #antifa pic.twitter.com/rxZmcLm7mz— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) November 21, 2020