The Grand Rapids Police Department has shared photos and videos from the riot downtown May 30-31 and is asking for the community’s help in identifying suspects, Fox 17 reports.

It's estimated that approximately $2.4 million in damage was done to downtown buildings and businesses the night of the riot.

In a post to Facebook, the GRPD say they have made numerous arrests for crimes that occurred during the civil unrest and "detectives and crime analysts continue to work aggressively to identify suspects from that night so they may be held accountable for their lawless actions."


Above, "Clip 1" shows suspects attempting to break the windows of the News 8 studio attached to the Grand Rapids Art Museum (GRAM). GRPD says they are particularly interested in the white male with the light blue face mask and black framed glasses. Detectives are also interested in the identity of any of the other subjects breaking windows.

The above video,"Clip 2" shows a female attempting to break the windows at the Secretary of State Offices on North Division. Police would like to identify the female with the bat and the male that she hands the baseball bat off to.

GRPD say the woman in the maroon top is wanted for identification in reference to damage to police vehicles.

Anyone with information is asked to contact investigators at 616-456-3380 or Silent Observer at 774-2345 or www.silentobserver.org.

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