Minnesota business owner hit twice in one year by looters: ‘Tough’ to close again

Minnesota sneaker store owner Moh Habib told “Fox & Friends” that his business was targeted by rioters earlier this week, two weeks after reopening following a seven-month closure.

The store was first damaged during the George Floyd riots in May, where the store lost about $150,000 worth of merchandise.

“It’s tough to know that now we have to close again,” Habib, who owns STUDIIYO23 in Minneapolis, which is also an art gallery, told host Steve Doocy.

“It’s my sole source of income for me…

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