Authorities are asking for the public's help in identifying several individuals seen inside the U.S. Capitol, including a man wearing fur and horns who has been seen at protests in Arizona as well.
Washington D.C.'s Metropolitan Police Department is offering rewards up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest or indictment of persons responsible for crimes committed at the U.S. Capitol, according to a flier released by officials.
Of the 26 persons of interest highlighted in police fliers, police are looking for information regarding a man who was infamously seen donning fur and horns inside the U.S. Capitol. What appears to be the same man has been seen at multiple protests in Arizona.
Video footage shows what appears to be the man wearing fur and horns participating in a previous Scottsdale mask protest in June 2020.
Watch footage from the June 2020 protest in the player above.
Additionally, a man who appears to be the same person was at a November election protest in Phoenix as well.
The Arizona “Q-guy” is here.— Zach Crenshaw (@ZachCrenshaw) November 6, 2020
He’s taken over the mic.
Riffing about mind control, Soros, Nazi’s infiltrating the media, etc.
Most are not paying attention - at all. But a few are nodding along.
“We are beginning an Orwellian state...” pic.twitter.com/XN5zdFfRKK
Pro-Trump supporters stormed the Capitol building Wednesday afternoon following a live speech from the president at a “Save America” rally that opposed the results of the November presidential election.
During a press conference Wednesday night, Metro Police Chief Robert Contee said a Capitol police officer shot a woman as the mob tried to break through a barricaded door in the Capitol where police were armed on the other side.
Authorities are asking for anyone with information on this man or any of the other persons of interest to call police at 202-727-9099 or text the Metropolitan Police Department tip line at 50411.
This man, a QAnon supporter and regular at pro-Trump rallies in Arizona is now officially wanted by D.C. Police. There is a $1,000 reward. Click on the link for the rest of the persons of interest and let me know if you see any more Arizonans:https://t.co/LQPB2d5Npp pic.twitter.com/CdlWL5nzVe— Melissa Blasius (@MelissaBlasius) January 7, 2021