Investigators have released images as inquiries continue into unauthorised protest activity at Raymond Terrace last week.
Port Stephens-Hunter Police District commenced an investigation in response to an unauthorised protest on Adelaide Street, Raymond Terrace, about 9.30am last Tuesday (31 August 2021).
Approximately 30 people gathered outside the Port Stephens Council Chambers.
As investigations continue, police have released images of a number of people who may be able to assist with ongoing inquiries.
Descriptions of the individuals depicted in the images are:
- The first man depicted is wearing a grey hooded jacket, dark pants with a black and white face mask. He has grey hair with sunglasses on his head.
- The second man depicted is wearing a blue long-sleeved shirt, with a dark blue vest. He has brown hair, and brown facial hair and wearing sunglasses.
- The third man depicted is wearing black pants, with a yellow high-vis shirt. He is holding a bicycle and wearing a helmet and sunglasses.
- The fourth man depicted is wearing a black hooded jumper and sunglasses on his head.
- The fifth man depicted is described as wearing a blue and white polo shirt with sunglasses on his head. He has brown hair and brown facial hair.
- The sixth man depicted is described as having brown hair and wearing a dark-coloured long-sleeved top.
- The seventh man is described having brown hair and wearing a light and dark grey coloured jumper and sunglasses.
- The first woman is depicted wearing a light grey top with a black jumper, brown belt and black skirt.
- The second woman is depicted as wearing a black long-sleeved top, blue jeans, a long necklace and sunglasses.
- The third woman is depicted as wearing a blue shirt, with a white long-sleeved top over her shoulders and black pants.
- The fourth woman is depicted as wearing a multi-coloured jumper with a grey top.
- The fifth woman is depicted wearing a black long-sleeved top, with blue pants, light-coloured shoes and scarf. She is holding a brown bag and wearing black sunglasses.
Anyone with information about the identity of the individuals – or has mobile phone footage of the protest activity – is urged to contact Crime Stoppers through the online portal or by contacting 1800 333 000.
Police continue to appeal to the community to report suspected breaches of any public health order or behaviour which may impact on the health and safety of the community by contacting Crime Stoppers: https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information is treated in strict confidence.
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