SAN BERNARDINO (CBSLA) — A 21-year-old man accused of taking part in looting a gas station and restaurant in San Bernardino during the George Floyd protests earlier this month — an incident which was posted to a Facebook Live feed — has been taken into custody.

May 31, 2020. (San Bernardino PD)

Terion Alexander Jr. was arrested June 11 on charges of burglary and looting.

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According to San Bernardino police, on the night of May 31 four men looted a Valero gas station at 1055 N. Waterman Ave., along with a Wienerschnitzel restaurant across the street.

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The entire incident was livestreamed on Facebook Live, police said.

Based on tips from the public, police identified Alexander as one of the suspects and took him into custody Friday.

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Along with several other cities across the region that weekend, San Bernardino was hit hard by looters on the night of May 31. They set fire to a DMV and ransacked several stores, including a Walgreens. Several buildings sustained smashed-out windows and busted doors and panels.