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The Long Beach Police Department announced Friday that its looting task force has made 34 arrests for “significant crimes,” including looting, burglary and vandalism, that were committed during the civil unrest in the city in late May.

Among the most recent arrests:

— Paul Sanders, 46, of Los Angeles, was arrested on Sept. 5 on suspicion of looting, with bail set at $225,000;

— Tiffany Bumpers, 36, of Carson, was arrested on Sept. 2 on suspicion of looting, with bail set at $50,000;

— Miguel Thompson, 32, of Los Angeles, was on Aug. 19 on suspicion of looting, with bail set at $50,000;

— Ahmajae Gaybriano, 20, of Los Angeles, was arrested on Aug. 11 on suspicion of looting, and bail was set at $50,000; and

— Humberto Perez, Jr., 31, of Long Beach, was arrested on Aug. 11 on suspicion of looting, with bail set at $100,000.

The task force was formed on June 1 “with the sole purpose of conducting criminal investigations for significant crimes during the civil unrest experienced in the city in late May,” according to a LBPD statement.

Police urged anyone with information about crimes to use to the police department’s evidence portal at www.longbeach.gov/police ; call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS (8477), or text TIPLA plus your tip to 274637.

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