The U.S. Capitol Police said they had arrested 14 people suspected of involvement in the rioting, most charged with unlawful entry, while the Metropolitan Police Department made at least 68 arrests.
“We still have a significant amount of work ahead of us to identify and hold each and every one of the violent mob accountable for their actions,” the city’s police chief said on Thursday.
Much of the looting and rioting was caught on video and photos which went viral on social media. The FBI has been asking the public to submit tips to help it identify and track down suspects.
Most of the suspects were arrested either on or near to Capitol grounds or close to the White House and Lafayette Square.
Most were charged with minor offenses such as breaking curfew or unlawful entry, though several others face charges such as assaulting a police officer and carrying unlicensed firearms or ammunition.