SEATTLE - Seattle police have released a series of photos of people wanted in connection with vandalism and violence on May Day.
Police said in a news release that they are still analyzing video and photographs taken during May Day to identify other suspects, who detectives believe caused more than $100,000 in damage during the demonstrations.
Police asked anyone who recognizes any of the people in the photos to call the May Day tip line at 206-233-2666 or email MayDay2012@Seattle.gov.
Photos show May Day suspects police want to identify
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