FIVE FERGUSON LOOTERS ARRESTED After Police Make Store Video Public – More Photos Released (VIDEO)
St. Louis County Police released video of at least 28 looters targeting a Phillips 66 gas station the night of the Michael Brown grand jury verdict.
Police asked the public for their assistance in identifying the Ferguson looters/protesters.
From the video: Recognize these people? In total, surveillance cameras caught 28 suspects burglarizing a Phillips 66 gas station near Dellwood on November 24, 2014.
Thanks to the public’s reaction five looters were arrested this week and police have leads on fifteen more criminals.
St. Louis Torday reported:
Calls from the public identified five looting suspects and provided 15 leads after St. Louis County police released surveillance photos from violent protests after a grand jury decision Nov. 24 not to issue an indictment in the Ferguson police shooting.
So the department released a new batch of pictures Tuesday and plans to publicize more every Tuesday.
This week’s images show seven people recorded while looting the Crazy Deals Liquor Store at 11066 New Halls Ferry Road as well as the faces of about 12 more suspects caught breaking into the Rehoboth Pharmacy at 9944 West Florissant Road on Nov. 14.
McGuire said the department is stretching out the release of photos from dozens of businesses because their number is “overwhelming.”
McGuire said it has taken months for detectives to collect, analyze and now release the images because they have been working the Ferguson-area cases atop their regular caseloads.
He said the coming images will include some from Aug. 10, the day after white Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed a black teen, Michael Brown, in a controversial confrontation. That triggered nights of protests, some violent, and a resurgence Nov. 24, after a grand jury decided not to indict Wilson.
And police also released video of the looters at Reheboth Pharmacy at 9944 West Florissant Road on November 24th.
12 More suspects: These individuals were caught on camera breaking into the Reheboth Pharmacy at 9944 West… http://t.co/qx6btai9Gl
— St. Louis County PD (@stlcountypd) January 13, 2015
If you know any of these criminals please call the St. Louis County police.