PPB looking to identify suspects from May 6 incident

Images from PPB

PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) – The Portland Police Bureau said it is looking to identify suspects from an incident that happened on May 6.

PPB said the investigation into possible crimes committed during confrontations between motorists and a crowd blocking traffic in north Portland is continuing. It said one person had to be taken to the hospital. A person blocked by the crowd near North Alberta Street and North Michigan Avenue got into a dispute with people who surrounded him and took a firearm from him, as well as tools and keys.

Investigators are asking for the public's help identifying 5 subjects who were seen there. The photographs have been posted to the "Can You ID Me?" website, where you can leave tips for the investigator.

You can find links to leave tips below:

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Keep looking, don't give up.


I use to dress up like GI Joe & have imaginary adventures. I was 5 years old. I’m assuming these grown men have some form autism?


These guys are too much. Who puts their hands in their pocket when they're carrying? It's obvious they got their "tactical training" off YouTube from other posers.


This is too much. Dude sporting a long gun across his chest, as if he were simply exercising 2nd amendment right. Like he was just a normal joe, prepared to protect others from violence. Then he participates in the theft of tools and disarming a driver... Which turned the theft into a First degree Armed Robbery for every one who participated in it. These idiots are too stupid to recognize what other people see when they stand up demonstrating their thoughts and beliefs. He looks like a stupid, immature prisoner to me. Dumb.

Just curious


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