Hundreds of Victorians answer call to dob in anti-lockdown protesters
Police have received hundreds of reports from Victorians dobbing in protesters involved in the anti-lockdown rally on Saturday.
It comes after Assistant Commissioner Luke Cornelius earlier this week called for public assistance identifying people who were involved in the Melbourne protest.
Victorians have answered the call, with Crime Stoppers has received hundreds of reports from the community, including photos and video.
Today, police have released images of two men and a woman as part of the investigation into the use of flares at the protest.
They say there were “several incidents where the flares were set off which endangered not only police but people in the vicinity”.