DC police seeking identity of suspects in Wednesday’s Capitol chaos

DC police seeking identity of suspects in Wednesday’s Capitol chaos
The Washington, D.C., Police Department is seeking the identity of persons involved in the events at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. (Credit: DCPD) (Source: kplc)

(KPLC) - The Washington D.C. Police Department issued a statement on Twitter Thursday, asking for help identifying members of the mob that rushed the United States Capitol Wednesday during Congress’ certification of the Electoral College.

One person was killed as the group ran through the halls of the Capitol, forcing Congress to shelter-in-place before eventually reconvening and certifying Joe Biden’s victory over Donald Trump. Three others died of medical emergencies.

D.C. Metro police released photos of several “persons of interest in unrest-related offenses.” See all of the images HERE.

Regarding the identity of possible suspects in the events that took place at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.

Per the DC Police Department Twitter account:

MPD seeks assistance in identifying persons of interest responsible for Unlawful Entry offenses that occurred yesterday on US Capitol Grounds, 100 block of 1st Street, NW.

Have info? Call (202) 727-9099/text 50411.

MPD seeking identity of suspects. (Credit: DCPD)
MPD seeking identity of suspects. (Credit: DCPD) (Source: Washington DC Police Department)
MPD seeking identity of suspects. (Credit: DCPD)
MPD seeking identity of suspects. (Credit: DCPD) (Source: Washington DC Police Department)
MPD seeking identity of suspects. (Credit: DCPD)
MPD seeking identity of suspects. (Credit: DCPD) (Source: Washington DC Police Department)

Copyright 2021 KPLC. All rights reserved.