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After a night of civil unrest in Davenport Sunday night into early Monday morning, several businesses were damaged and looted. One of those stores was Doland Jewelers located at 3865 Elmore Avenue in Davenport.

Sunday night into early Monday morning, violent and deadly protests broke out in Davenport. The violent protesting forced the Scott County EMA to release a civil emergency for Davenport. 

The protest in Davenport protest left two people dead and two others were injured during those protests and looting last night. A Davenport Police officer was among those injured. One of those people who died was 22 year old Italia Marie Kelly.

KWQC reported a shooting at Neckers Jewelers in Davenport where more than 30 shell casings were found.

Davenport Police Chief Paul Sikorski said that officers were ambushed in the area of 15th Street and Myrtle. Several rounds were shot at the officers patrolling the area, and one officer was hit.

Many businesses in the Davenport were damaged during the violent protests in Davenport on Sunday into early Monday. Stores at the Northpark Mall like JCPenny's  were damanged. This forced the city of Davenport to barricade all entrances to the Northpark Mall.

One of the stores damaged and looted in Davenport was Doland Jeweler. Our news partner, Local 4 News, obtained surveillance video from Doland's Jewelers from several people looting the store in Davenport.

Yesterday, Doland Jewelers announced that due to damage to their Davenport location, they will be closed for cleanup and repair until further notice. Doland Jewelers said that curbside pickup is still available, and that all customer jewelry is safely secured.

Many cities across the Quad Cities have nightly curfews in place until further notice. Those cities include Scott County, Rock Island County, Clinton, Fulton, Moline, Camanche, Blue Grass, and other cities in the area.