More than five months after the riot, FBI federal agents continue to arrest those responsible for breaking and entering the U.S. Capitol and accusing them of a variety of crimes ranging from illegal entry to conspiracy and the crimes of federal officials. And while they make steady strides in identifying the hundreds of attendees, they are no closer to arresting the person who planted two pipe bombs the night before the deadly January 5 riot – one in front of the National Democratic Committee headquarters and another outside of the headquarters of the Republican National Committee.
On Wednesday, Washington, DC Police Chief Robert Contee told a House of Representatives panel that no suspects have been identified. He reiterated the FBI’s assessment that the pipe bombs were viable and could cause significant damage and death.
With that in mind, take another look at the following photos, screenshots, and videos. There is a $ 100,000 reward for information leading to the location, arrest, and conviction of the person (s) responsible.
As you can see in the photos below, the FBI is interested in several key points:
The identifiable Nike Air Max Speed Turf shoes, gray with yellow logo. The FBI says the person may suddenly have stopped wearing it after Jan. 5. The person may also have an unusual interest in kitchen timers and may have purchased multiple timers at the same time. Do you recognize the person’s gait or mannerisms? The person may have spoken about travel plans for the Trump rally on Jan. 6. The person’s behavior before and after January 5 may be erratic or unusual, including an unusually emotional response to coverage of the story.
Below are the suspect’s CCTV videos from various angles, as well as a video by Steven D’Antuono, Assistant Director of the Washington Field Office, outlining key behavioral traits that can help improve people’s memories and improve their health identify unknown suspects.
If you have information about these incidents, please call the FBI’s toll-free number at 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324) or submit tips online at tips.fbi.gov.