NYPD releases photos of looter wanted for assaulting cop

Cops release images of suspect in assault of police officer.
Cops release images of suspect in assault of police officer. (NYPD)

Cops released surveillance photos Tuesday of a looter, his face clearly visible because his his face covering is askew around his neck, suspected of assaulting a cop in Lower Manhattan.
Police are asking the public’s help identifying the suspect and tracking him down.
The vandal struck the officer with some type of glass object as a second suspect was being arrested for looting a convenience store on Walker St. near Canal St. about 2 a.m. June 1, police said.
The clash came as the city was rocked by widespread looting and massive protests over the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis cops.
The officer was treated at Lower Manhattan Hospital for cuts to his head and released.
The suspect is described as black and between 20 and 25. He was wearing a black jacket, white shirt, blue jeans and yellow-and-black sneakers.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential.

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