EUGENE, Ore. – Following an initial round of arrests connected to the May riot, police are reaching out to the public in hopes of receiving more tips.
On Tuesday, Eugene police released a document containing more than 60 suspects from the events of May 29 into May 30.
A peaceful protest that night turned into a riot that led to businesses being damaged and burglarized and incidents of assault, arson and other violent crimes. It centered on the intersection of 7th Avenue and Washington Street.
Since then, the special investigations unit has been looking into the incidents to identify suspects with the goal of making arrests. The investigation has involved hundreds of hours of surveillance video, numerous social media posts, and interviews.
On Aug. 5, officers arrested 11 suspects, including two juveniles.
If you have any tips regarding the identity of the below suspects’ identities, police ask that you contact their tip line at 1-541-262-5388. The investigation is ongoing.