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Cleveland police looking for people who committed crimes during George Floyd protest on May 30

Posted at 7:26 PM, Jun 06, 2020

CLEVELAND — Authorities are looking for numerous people who they say are connected to various crimes that were committed during the George Floyd protest.

The protest happened on May 30. People gathered to rally against police violence and racial injustices following the death of George Floyd.

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The protest turned violent after some agitators started throwing items at police. The violence escalated as people broke storefront windows and set cars on fire.

According to police, a group of people were filmed gathering around a person that set fire to a small structure.

CPD looking for people who committed crimes during protest

Police are also looking for a female that carried a bat at the protest. She is also wanted for theft-related crimes.

Video released by police shows the woman using the bat to attack another protester at the entrance to the Justice Center.

CPD looking for woman who used a bat during protest in Cleveland

Authorities are asking anyone with information regarding the identity of the individuals pictured above or any information on others who may have committed crimes during the protest to call Crimestoppers at 216-25-CRIME.

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