CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Division of the FBI has released several photos of suspects who are wanted for a variety of criminal violations as violence erupted downtown on May 30 while peaceful protests were underway. You can see those pictures below.
“Numerous businesses and properties in downtown Cleveland suffered significant property damage and looting, among other criminal violations,” authorities said in a press release. “Law enforcement is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying individuals caught on various digital media during the civil unrest.”
It happened as people gathered downtown to call for justice in the death of George Floyd.
Reward money is available for anybody who provides information “leading to the successful identification and prosecution of these individuals.” Authorities did not specify the amount of the reward money being offered.
FBI seeking suspects wanted in Cleveland 'civil unrest' amid May 30 protests
Anybody with information is asked to call authorities at 216-622-6842. Tipsters can remain anonymous.
Last week, the FBI announced the arrests of two people for their alleged roles in the civil unrest.
Watch an in-depth timeline of how the events of that day unfolded (video from May 31, 2020):
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