Chicago Store Owner Looted Twice Since May Says He’ll Sue the City

After spending $300k to fix his store from damage caused by looters in May, Walid Mouhammad’s store got destroyed again last week.

Mouhammad is furious and does not believe the police have helped the way they should.

“This is the second time,” Mouhammad explained “I’ve been open for just 40 days, so who will be responsible for this?”

Mouhammad said it took 25 minutes for police to arrive and by then it was too late.

Suspects were caught on security camera. They ripped out the new steel security door and they ripped out the ATM machine.

“No one responded, nobody to protect my business.” Mohammad said. That’s the first thing I want to know who’s going to respond for that?”

“I want to know, are we protected or not? I want them to take care of the small businesses,” he added.

According to Fox News, Mohammad now plans on suing the city for taking over “25 minutes to respond to his call.

Tommica Foster-Akin, who owns the building is also upset and feels the police have not done enough to keep them safe.

“I deserve the same service as any other citizen in the city. If the police can go somewhere else for manpower, how come we can’t get manpower.”