Update — Aug. 11, 11:32 a.m. ET:
Angry protesters demanded answers and apologies in standoffs with police.
A photographer for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch was able to capture some of the looting on camera:
The looting of Ferguson's QuikTrip was captured on this video:
Brown's mother condemned the unrest, according to a reporter for KTVI FOX 2.
I just want everyone to know and understand that the stealing and breaking in stores is not what Mike will want, it is very upsetting to me and my family. Our family didn't ask for this but for Justice and Peace…. Please let my family grieve in Peace in stop the violence in the street tonight, we don't want this happening when we protest for justice for my cousin Mike Brown, please get this message out to the people that the Mike Brown family do not want this.
Local leaders urged calm amid standoffs between the community and the police.
And residents continued to mourn Brown.
Fires were started.
This video shows an auto store being looted:
Looters allegedly started stealing directly from QuikTrip's ATM.
The toppled ATM:
Police were brought into disperse crowds.
This video shows the aftermath of the QuikTrip looting:
Footage and images shared on Twitter and Instagram showed the store on fire:
Tear gas was reportedly used:
The looting spread to the neighboring town of Dellwood, people said on Twitter.
The Walmart in Ferguson was reportedly looted:
SWAT reinforcements were sent.
St. Louis County Police Department is in charge of the investigation. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder instructed the Justice Department to monitor developments.