INDIANAPOLIS — Investigators from the Indiana Department of Homeland Security are looking for four suspects in the arson of a downtown Indianapolis mobile phone business when peaceful protests turned violent over the final weekend in May.
The T-Mobile store on Meridian Street just south of Monument Circle was damaged by what detectives are calling "incendiary devices" on the morning of May 30.
A tweet by IDHS Saturday showed surveillance images of the four suspects.
The tweet said, "Investigators need help identifying these individuals involved in the placing and detonation of incendiary devices on the morning of May 30 at the T-Mobile store located in downtown Indianapolis."
More than 30 downtown businesses were damaged or looted during the weekend, prompting Mayor Joe Hogsett to enact curfews to try to contain violent unrest in the wake of protests over the death of George Floyd while he was in the custody of Minneapolis police.
Anyone with information should call the Indiana Arson Hotline at (800) 382-4628.