PPB asks public for help in IDing 6 protest-related suspects

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(Portland Police Bureau)

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The Portland Police Bureau is asking for the public’s help in identifying six people the bureau said were involved in clashes between left- and right-wing protesters Aug. 22 in Northeast Portland.

The six suspects are being charged with disorderly conduct that happened near NE 122nd Avenue and Skidmore Street. They are all related to the Case No. 21-681328, according to PPB.

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Detectives have already identified more than six people involved in violent behavior, PPB said, and those investigations are also ongoing.

Police said no victims of violent crime or vandalism from the Aug. 22 protests have come forward. Authorities encouraged anyone who was assaulted to call 503.823.3333, and any victim of property crime to make a report here.

Detectives asked anyone with videos or photos of any potential related crime to send them — complete and unedited — by emailing the department’s tip account.

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