BOLO For Some Of The Worst Criminals Wanted By The FBI In Connection To Capitol Riots

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In the weeks and months following the attempted insurrection at the US Capitol, the FBI and other intelligence agencies have been hard at work, hoping to nab as many of these would-be usurpers as they can.

Via the mountains of evidence that they have been eyeing on social media, federal law enforcement officers have made several hundred arrests already, with many of the culprits seemingly unable to fully grasp the seriousness of their actions.

But those who appeared to be the most violent and troublesome have yet to be hauled in, according to the FBI.

Four months after the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, FBI agents maintain a steady pace of arresting people accused of taking part, as one of the largest criminal investigations in American history keeps growing.

“We’re not done rounding up the worst of the worst,” said one law enforcement official. “We’re not slowing down.”

More than 440 people have been charged with taking part in the Capitol siege, coming from all but six states — Mississippi, North and South Dakota, Rhode Island, Vermont and Wyoming. The largest number come from Texas, Pennsylvania, and Florida, in that order.

The FBI is still looking for some of the suspects who were seen assaulting police.

The FBI has posted 353 images on its website, seeking public help in identifying people at the Capitol on Jan. 6, with a priority of finding those who attacked police officers.

IMAGE: Suspects sought by the FBI in the Capitol riot

Clockwise from the upper left, individuals #123, #134, #300A, and #106 are being sought by the FBI in connection with the riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.

Image 123 shows a person suspected of trying to rip the face mask from Hodges. Images 106 and 134 involve attacks on two D.C. police officers who were dragged down Capitol steps. One of them was struck with a pole.

And image 300 shows a person who appeared to throw a two-by-four piece of wood through a Capitol window.

Authorities are still also searching for a man who placed several pipe bombs in the area.

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