You hope to collect information that allows you to be identified. The US Federal Police released new images ofMan suspected of planting homemade bombs in Washington January 5, the eve of the assault on Congress.
The video shows images of the suspect, captured by surveillance cameras, in several streets of the US capital. Dressed in black pants and a tracksuit top, his face is hidden by a hood, mask, and goggles. He wears gloves and holds a backpack in one hand. The FBI had previously released photos of the suspect, including the designer sneakers on his feet, offering a $ 100,000 reward for any information leading to your arrest.
The man is suspected of having planted homemade bombs near the headquarters of the Republican and Democratic parties, near the Capitol. The bombs never exploded and He may have only intended to keep the police away from the Capitol just before the assault. “We keep thinking that someone, somewhere, has information the importance of which they have not yet realized,” said Steven D’Antuono, deputy director of the FBI’s Washington office. These homemade bombs were “operational devices that could have exploded, causing serious injury or death,” he said.
More than 300 arrests since the assault on the Capitol
Several thousand supporters of Donald Trump stormed the headquarters of Congress on January 6, when elected officials certified the victory of his Democratic rival Joe Biden in the presidential election. Five people died during this attack, the spontaneous nature of which is increasingly questioned, and more than 300 people were arrested so far regarding his involvement in the assault.