The Pittsfield Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying this perp caught on security camera. According to the post by the PPD to their Facebook page, the person of interest is suspected of being involved in an attempted arson early in the morning on Wednesday August 4th.  (more pictures below)
PPD asks that is you have any info on the identity of this perp to contact Detective Bertelli-Hunt at 413-448-9705 extension 532. The post goes on…” Information can also be provided anonymously via the Detective Bureau Tip Line at 413-448-9706, or by texting PITTIP and your message to TIP411 (847411).”
The complete Facebook post by the Pittsfield Police Department is below. Pictures provided by PPD.

Pittsfield Police Department
UPDATED with additional information: The Pittsfield Police Department is asking for the public's assistance with identifying the individual in the photos below. He is suspected of having been involved in an attempted arson in downtown Pittsfield during the early morning hours of Wednesday 8/4/2021. Anyone who wishes to provide information should contact Detective Bertelli-Hunt at 413-448-9705 x532. Information can also be provided anonymously via the Detective Bureau Tip Line at 413-448-9706, or by texting PITTIP and your message to TIP411 (847411)

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