Three Sought for Civil Disorder

Anyone who can identify these suspects is asked to call Richmond Police

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September 14, 2020 - 12:53 pm
   Richmond Police detectives are asking the public to help identify three people who are suspected of several acts of civil disorder during riots in the past few months. (iStock / Getty Images Plus/Christian Horz)

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    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Richmond Police are asking the public for help in identifying three people, who are a suspected of several acts of civil disorder during riots over the past few months.

A man described as wearing a dark blue tank top is suspected of arson for an incident that occurred in the alley in the 500 block of North Harrison Street on May 31, 2020.

The male in the dark blue tank top is suspected of arson for an incident that occurred in the alley in the 500 block of North Harrison Street on May 31, 2020. (Credit: RPD)
(Credit: RPD)

A man wearing a  black shirt, and a tattoo located on his right arm, is suspected of arson and vandalism over several hours on July 25, 2020. 

 The male in the black shirt is suspected of arson and vandalism over several hours on July 25, 2020. (Credit: RPD)
(Credit: RPD)
   
 The male in the black shirt is suspected of arson and vandalism over several hours on July 25, 2020
(Credit: RPD)
   
 The male in the black shirt is suspected of arson and vandalism over several hours on July 25, 2020
(Credit: RPD)

Police say a woman in a  black sweatshirt is suspected of assault and vandalism in the 2400 block of Monument Avenue on August 29, 2020.

   The female in the black sweatshirt is suspected of assault and vandalism in the 2400 block of Monument Avenue on August 29, 2020. (Credit: RPD)
(Credit: RPD)
  
   The female in the black sweatshirt is suspected of assault and vandalism in the 2400 block of Monument Avenue on August 29, 2020. (Credit: RPD)
(Credit: RPD)

Anyone who can identify these suspects is asked to call Richmond Police Department Officer C. Foultz at (804) 646-1068 or Crime Stoppers at (804) 780-1000.

 

 

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