PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Pittsburgh Police are trying to identify a man they say threw objects at police and helped incite a riot downtown.
Police released photos from May 30 where they say the person pictured helped turned protests into a riot.READ MORE: Lawyer Says Charlie Gerow, Candidate For Governor, Struck Motorcycle, Not Driver
DAAT seeks to identify the male in these photos.
He was seen throwing objects at police and helping to incite a riot during the May 30 protest.
He carried a skateboard with a red underside bearing the brand name, “Troika.”
Know him? DAAT@Pittsburghpa.gov or (412) 323-7800. pic.twitter.com/ZaMJF7E9XF
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They say he carried a skateboard that was red underneath.
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Pittsburgh Public Safety director Wendell Hissrich says a small number of people allegedly damaged more than 70 businesses, looted goods and left more than a dozen officers hurt.
The Damage Assessment and Accountability Taskforce is compromised of state and federal law enforcement agencies gathering evidence in order to identify this small group of people accused of turning peaceful protests into riots.MORE NEWS: Pitt To Redevelop Closed Hotel, Panera Bread Into Grocery Store, Housing
Anyone with information is asked to call 412-323-7800 and ask for the task force or email DAAT@Pittsburghpa.gov.