Chief Schubert kneels, marches with hundreds to Liberty Tunnel entrance before moment of silence

DORMONT, Pa. — Pittsburgh Chief of Police Scott Schubert and several other officers joined hundreds of peaceful protesters to march and kneel in a moment of silence at the Liberty Tunnel.

The tunnel was closed for a time, blocked off with a line of state police troopers, as the crowd approached.

Hundreds gathered at a McDonalds along West Liberty Avenue in Dormont before marching. Following the march and moment of silence, the group turned around and returned to the parking lot.