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San Jose Police Release Photos of Suspects Involved in Donald Trump Rally Violence

Police on Friday released two more photos of suspects they say are responsible for violence that erupted at a Donald Trump rally held last week in San Jose.

A total of eight people - four adults and four teens - have been arrested since the June 2 rally.

In addition, police are still looking for four more people and have released their photos, the man in the photo wearing a white “True Religion” t-shirt and a male wearing a black shirt with the farm workers union logo. The second male suspect was caught on camera moments after a Trump supporter was egged yelling “F--- Trump” and spitting on her.

The other two suspects being sought are a man wearing a black tank top with hair pulled into a ponytail, and a woman wearing a white shirt stating “TRUMP DIE” while burning the American flag.

The Trump speech and rally got very rowdy outside the San Jose Convention Center and police have been on a furious search trying to round up all those who were a part of the mayhem that evening as critics have said the mayor let things to get out of hand.

A woman was egged, a police officer was assaulted, a supporter was attacked and several others in attendance left with cuts and bruises.

No one from the police department was available for comment, but they did imply there will be more arrests.

San Jose Police Department
Police have identified several suspects responsible for assault during a Donald Trump rally in San Jose. (June 9, 2016)
San Jose Police Department
Police have identified several suspects responsible for assault during a Donald Trump rally in San Jose. (June 9, 2016)
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