People set fires at Portland, Oregon ICE building: Reports
Authorities have not arrested anyone, the Portland Police Bureau said.
Video footage shows fires burning at the Portland, Oregon U.S. Immigration and Customs Enformcent (ICE) building.
Video footage shows one fire that appeared to be burning along the outside of the building that had wood panels on it.
"On Sunday, the Portland Police Bureau confirmed that officers were called out to the federal building in Southwest Portland around 11:30 p.m. to assist the Federal Protective Service once fires had been lit. Officers arrived to find at least two fires, including one that appeared to be against the building," according to KATU News. "Videos shared to KATU News by Independent Media PDX show the plywood that reinforced the exterior of the building ablaze. Wooden pallets piled outside were also set on fire," the outlet said.
Authorities have not arrested anyone, the Portland Police Bureau said, according to the outlet.
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