EMERYVILLE (CBS SF) — The fourth night of East Bay protests over the deaths of two black men in New York and Missouri was mostly peaceful Wednesday.

But dozens of people smashed and looted a closed Pak-n-Save grocery store on the 3800 block of San Pablo Avenue in Emeryville.

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Police said vandals smashed the front glass doors as about 40 people ran inside and looted the business, stealing cash from an unattended register and making off with a coin dispenser and liquor bottles.

There were also broken windows and looting problems at three other businesses nearby, including a 7-Eleven where the employees were reportedly threatened.

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Officers said they were pelted with chunks of concrete and beer bottles. No arrests were made.

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