RPD asks for help in identifying these 11 suspects from Saturday’s protest

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — Rochester police officials have released photos of 11 individuals wanted in connection to the events that transpired Saturday outside the Public Safety Building.

Police said in a press release late Sunday night:

“On May 30, 2020, at the City of Rochester Public Safety Building at 185 Exchange Street, protesters began to set city owned vehicles on fire, destroy city owned property as well as construction trailer.

As a part of the investigation into these intolerable acts of violence and destruction, the Rochester Police Departments Major Crimes Unit is looking for the Community’s help in identifying the below individuals.”

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So far, officials report five injuries, all non-life threatening, and 13 arrests, but officials say more arrests are coming.

“People will be held accountable,” said Rochester Police Chief Singletary. “This was an organized attack by anarchists.”

“We got photos, we got license plate numbers,” said Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren. “If you’re at home thinking you got away with this, you didn’t.”

Police ask anyone with information about the identity of the individuals pictured below to call the Rochester Police Department at 311 or Crimestoppers at 423-9300.

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