'This Store Had Nothing to Do With This': Employees of Baltimore CVS That Was Looted And Burned Speak Out (Video)

Woman employee: This ain't right...This ain't right


A day after a Baltimore CVS was severely damaged by rioters, community members gathered to clean up the mess.

"I said, I'm going to get out here, and I'm going to lead by example," said Laquicha Harper, 30, who was there at 7 a.m. to help the effort outside on Pennsylvania Avenue.

The store was one of the first places in the city to go up in flames Monday evening as protesters turned violent, throwing rocks at police and ransacking businesses. Five CVS stores sustained damage and remained closed Tuesday.