Trenton, NJ, Police are looking for 33 looting suspects during Floyd’s 2020 protest



TRENTON – More than a year after initially peaceful protests turned violent over the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, police in the New Jersey capital are releasing surveillance footage, hoping to identify nearly three dozen people who they say looted a liquor store.

In a statement, police said 33 people were seen robbing Tony’s Liquor on East Hanover Street on May 31, 2020.

The looting suspects are accused of having taken away bottles of alcohol and storage equipment.

Several people were charged by the federal government with attempting to destroy police vehicles when violence erupted on the night of the 31st.

Police said they were seeking help from the public “after exhausting all other avenues.”

Anyone with information is urged to contact the Criminal Investigation Bureau of TPD, Property Crimes Unit, or Det. Sgt. Christopher Kurfuss at 609-989-4068, Det. Angel Turner at 609-989-4166 or any other detective at 609-989-4155.

Patrick Lavery is the anchor for the New Jersey 101.5 afternoon news. Follow it on Twitter @ plavery1015 or send an email to [email protected]

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