During a protest on Monday night in New York City against the police shooting of 16-year-old Kimani Gray, some of the protesters left the vigil and ransacked a Rite-Aid pharmacy, which was caught on surveillance video (below).
“They trashed the location. They took a man who was a customer. They tried to take the cash register. He tried to stop them. He was hit over the head with a wine bottle," said Police Commissioner Ray Kelly.
According to CBS New York, the customer was the Rev. Mark King, who was pummeled to the ground by the mob.
Rev. King's cell phone was taken during the wild incident. The surveillance video was released by the NYPD on Tuesday.
Source: CBS New York