PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Police are looking for two young women accused of spray-painting downtown businesses during a protest.
The suspects were caught on surveillance footage during the downtown Pittsburgh protest on May 30.
Multiple businesses were spray-painted between the 600-900 blocks of Grant Street.
One of the suspects was wearing a striped top, black cut-off jean shorts, glasses and a mask around her neck. The other had on a burgundy tank top, gray/black patterned shorts and a black mask.
Anyone with information on the women is asked to contact the Pittsburgh Police Damage Assessment and Accountability Task Force at 412-323-7800 or email DAAT@Pittsburghpa.gov.
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