The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) issued a kind of “warrant” for the protesters who stormed Congress on January 6 and published their photos.
The FBI said it was looking for information to help identify individuals who actively incited the Jan. 6 violence in Washington.
On the Twitter account, the FBI posted photos of several people from the Congress building, and citizens were invited to send information in case they recognized anyone. Earlier, several people were arrested for invading Congress, including protesters who became the “stars” of the protests of Donald Trump supporters.
A protester who was sitting in the chair of congressional officials was arrested, as well as a man who was wearing a fur hat with horns and whose photo became very popular on social networks.
The #FBI is still seeking information to help identify individuals who actively instigated violence on January 6 in Washington, D.C. Visit https://t.co/h36NpdxbEh to see images from current cases, and if you see someone you recognize, submit a tip at https://t.co/buMd8vYXzH. pic.twitter.com/cGgWNeywIc
— FBI (@FBI) January 10, 2021
Washington Mayor Muriel Bauser said earlier that the city police sent pictures of people who broke into the Capitol to all FBI offices.