Do you recognize him? Police need help identifying man accused of helping destroy Pittsburgh police cruiser

PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh police need the public’s help identifying a man who was allegedly involved with destroying a police cruiser.

Police said they want to talk to him regarding his involvement.

Anyone with information on his identity and whereabouts is asked to call 412-323-7800 and ask for the Intelligence Unit.

See more photos from Pittsburgh police in their Facebook post below.

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Pittsburgh Bureau of Police investigators seek the public’s help identifying the male shown in these photos. Police...

Posted by Pittsburgh Bureau of Police on Tuesday, June 2, 2020

On Monday, Brian Bartels turned himself in to Pittsburgh police. He was wanted in connection with protests that turned into rioting in downtown Pittsburgh over the weekend.

Police said Bartels, 20, broke the windows out of a marked Pittsburgh police vehicle Uptown “against the wishes of peaceful protesters who tried to stop him.” That sparked an increase in violence during the protests.