Local

Photos, Video Of Suspects In Oakland Zimmerman Vandalism Released

View Comments
Oakland police were seeking the public's help in identifying individuals responsible for vandalism during George Zimmerman verdict protests. (Photo Courtesy of Associated Press)

Oakland police were seeking the public’s help in identifying individuals responsible for vandalism during George Zimmerman verdict protests. (Photo Courtesy of Associated Press)

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — The Oakland Police Department released photos and video surveillance footage of individuals responsible for acts of vandalism in Oakland during protests against the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin shooting case in Florida.

Police urged the public to help identify suspects responsible for vandalism during the protests.

Oakland Police also released a link to a video of an act of vandalism by an unidentified male.

Oakland police were seeking the public's help in identifying individuals responsible for vandalism during George Zimmerman verdict protests. (Photo Courtesy of Associated Press)

Oakland police were seeking the public’s help in identifying individuals responsible for vandalism during George Zimmerman verdict protests. (Photo Courtesy of Associated Press)

Investigators would like to know the time and location of any documented vandalism or assaults and a description of the activity. The identity or description of suspects, their current location or direction of travel following the vandalism and any contact name, number, or information available.

The Oakland Police Department encourages the community to report protest-related tips on known or potential criminal activity.

Anyone with video surveillance, photos or information about individuals who have committed crimes related to the protests are urged to contact Sgt. Clifford Wong at (510)238-3951 or via email at cwong@oaklandnet.com.

Anyone with information can send Oakland police a tip by texing TIP OAKLANDPD to 888777 from a cell phone, or by calling the toll-free tip hotline at (855) 847-7247.

(Copyright 2013 by CBS San Francisco. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

View Comments
blog comments powered by Disqus
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 56,997 other followers