Police seek help identifying persons of interest in Rutgers riot case

Officials are asking the public for help in identifying those who engaged in criminal activity related to a party broken up by police near the

Police released photos hoping that someone will recognize the persons of interest.

Police released photos hoping that someone will recognize the persons of interest. (4/18/13)

NEW BRUNSWICK - Officials are asking the public for help in identifying those who engaged in criminal activity related to a party broken up by police near the Rutgers University campus.

Police released photos hoping that someone will recognize the persons of interest.

Earlier this month police broke up a party on Delafield Street in New Brunswick where hundreds of people, including many Rutgers students, rioted in the street.

Police stepped in when a couch was lit on fire.

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