FBI Releases New Video of 'Most Violent' Capitol Riot Suspects—Can You Help?

The FBI has released video footage of those accused of carrying out the "most egregious assaults" on federal officers during the January 6 attack on the Capitol.

Authorities said they have already arrested more than 65 people accused of assaulting police officers during the insurrection in Washington, D.C.

The FBI added that some of the "most violent offenders" have yet to be identified, and are now appealing for the public's help in identifying 10 more.

Five people, including Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick, died during the violence in the nation's capital.

"The FBI is asking for the public's help in identifying 10 individuals suspected of being involved in some of the most violent attacks on officers who were protecting the U.S. Capitol and our democratic process on January 6," said Steven M. D'Antuono, assistant director in charge of the FBI's Washington Field Office.

"These individuals are seen on video committing egregious crimes against those who have devoted their lives to protecting the American people.

"We're grateful to the members of the public who have already been a tremendous help in these investigations," D'Antuono added.

"We know it can be a difficult decision to report information about family, friends, or coworkers, but it is the right thing to do, and the FBI continues to need your help to identify these suspects."

Earlier in March, Christopher Worrell, a member of the Proud Boys who is alleged to have pepper-sprayed police officers during the January 6 attack on the Capitol, was charged.

Arkansas man Peter Stager also faces decades in prison after he was charged with using a flag pole to beat a police officer during the January 6 attack.

Stager was indicted along with two other men accused of assaulting police officers during the Capitol riot: Jeffrey Sabol of Colorado and Michael John Lopatic Sr. of Pennsylvania.

The indictment against the men said the three suspects "willfully and knowingly engaged in an act of physical violence in the grounds of the U.S. Capitol building by assaulting Metropolitan Police Department officers stationed in the lower west terrace tunnel entryway to protect the U.S. Capitol building."

The FBI said that with the assistance of hundreds of thousands of tips from the public, more than 300 individuals who took part in the Capitol riots have been arrested since January 6.

If you have any information on the individuals depicted in the videos, please call 1-800-CALL-FBI or submit a tip online at tips.fbi.gov.

Please reference the AFO number when calling or submitting information online. To view photos of additional individuals the FBI is seeking to identify, visit fbi.gov/capitolviolence.

Police officers attempt to push back a pro-Trump mob trying to storm the U.S. Capitol following a rally with Donald Trump on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC. Samuel Corum/Getty Images