Police trying to identify man accused of vandalizing police vehicles, throwing objects at officers and looting businesses

Police trying to identify man accused of vandalizing police vehicles, throwing objects at officers and looting businesses
He is suspected of vandalizing two police vehicles, throwing objects at police officers and looting businesses during the May 30 protest downtown. (Pittsburgh Bureau of Police/Pittsburgh Bureau of Police)

PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh police need help identifying a man suspected of vandalizing two police vehicles, throwing objects at officers and looting businesses during the protest Downtown on May 30.

The man has a tattoo on his left elbow that resembles a bomb design, police said.

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Anyone with information is asked to contact the Damage Assessment and Accountability Task Force at DAAT@Pittsburghpa.gov or call 412-323-7800 and ask for the task force.

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Police trying to identify 3 more people involved in violent downtown Pittsburgh protest