Exclusive footage (above) shows looters streaming in and out of a Ferguson market for hours, with no authorities in sight.

Mumtaz Lalani, who owns Dellwood Market, was on “Hannity” tonight to discuss how protesters ravaged his store last week. Lalani, who has been in business for 25 years, said this is the third time since August that his market has been looted.

Lalani’s clerks recognized some of the looters from the last incident, and he said they told police, but nothing happened.

“So in other words, you had video where you could identify people last time and the police didn’t do anything?” Hannity asked.

“Nope,” Lalani told him.

Lalani said that he is planning to get out of the neighborhood after this last incident.

When asked about the cost of the damages, he told Hannity, “It is not only the dollar amount […] it’s just the psychological effects, that I don’t feel safe anymore in my own neighborhood that I used to be doing my business in for the last 25 years.”

Hannity called on his viewers to contact authorities if they recognize anyone in the video.