Trenton Police Department Seeks Public Assistance Identifying Looting Suspects from May 2020 Civil Unrest
Trenton, NJ ( Mercer) The Trenton Police Department Criminal Investigation Bureau are seeking assistance in identifying 33 individuals who were observed burglarizing Tony’s Liquor on 105 East Hanover Street during the civil unrest that occurred on May 31, 2020.
The suspects in the below images are among several individuals who allegedly looted the store of liquor bottles and store equipment. To date, several arrests have been made regarding the civil unrest that occurred on May 31, 2020, in the City of Trenton. Federal law enforcement has also charged several individuals for interfering with law enforcement by destroying police vehicles during that evening.
Detectives are seeking public assistance after exhausting all other leads. If anyone has any information regarding the identification of any of the individuals depicted below, please contact the TPD Criminal Investigation Bureau, Property Crimes Unit, Detective Sergeant Christopher Kurfuss at 609-989-4068, Detective Angel Turner at 609-989-4166, or any on-duty CIB Detective at 609-989-4155.
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