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Check Out The Ridiculous Wanted Posters Feds Released For Baltimore’s Rioters

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Casey Harper Contributor

Authorities have released pictures of men believed to be involved in setting fires across Baltimore, and the ads give a glimpse into the chaos and violence of the riots, sparked by the death of Freddie Gray due to injuries he sustained while in police custody.

“No arrests yet, but we’ve received tips and we are diligently following up on all of them,” ATF Special Agent Dave Cheplak with the Baltimore Field Division told The Daily Caller News Foundation. (RELATED: INSIDE THE RIOTS: Violence, Fire And Robbery As Crooks Attack Reporters)

A multi-agency task force determined that a CVS was intentionally burned down during the riots, one of many buildings to fall victim to arson. The CVS became a focal point of rioting that engulfed the city. Here are the posters seeking the men responsible:
Courtesy ATF

Courtesy ATF

Courtesy ATF

Courtesy ATF

Courtesy ATF

Courtesy ATF

Courtesy ATF

Courtesy ATF

Courtesy ATF

Courtesy ATF

“Those individuals who committed these acts need to be held accountable for their dangerous actions” Baltimore Field Division Special Agent in Charge William McMullan said in a statement. “ATF special agents and our local counterparts are continuing to conduct interviews, examine evidence, and review hundreds of hours of video and thousands of photographs as we pursue all investigative leads relating to each incident. In addition to these leads, we are asking for the public’s assistance in the identification of the individuals responsible for these crimes.”

[h/t WaPo]

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