PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The police are seeking the public’s help identifying a suspect from the riots in downtown Pittsburgh over the week.
According to the police, they want to speak with the suspect regarding his alleged involvement in destroying a police cruiser on Saturday.
The suspect in the photo appears to be holding a hammer and is seen wearing a “Stronger Than Hate” shirt.
“Anyone with information on his identity and whereabouts is asked to call (412) 323-7800 and ask for the Intelligence Unit,” the release said.
Police have already arrested 20-year-old Brian Bartels, who is accused of inciting violence at the protests. According to police, he’s responsible for breaking the windows out of a Pittsburgh police car against the wishes of peaceful protesters.
The Pittsburgh Police Chief says investigators will collect all evidence — from photos to videos — to identify people accused of inciting violence and turning Saturday’s peaceful protests into riots.
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