Looters broke into Macy’s flagship store in New York’s Herald Square on the night of June 1 in the aftermath of protests related to the death of George Floyd, and the company issued a brief statement on June 2 about how civil unrest has affected the company.
The statement read:
“We have sustained damage in a number of our stores and are assessing the impact overall. Macy’s Herald Square had intruders last night during protest activity in New York City. NYPD responded to the scene and damage has been limited.
Our first concern is the safety of our colleagues and neighbors, and we are grateful none of our employees have been injured.”