Protesters across the country have gathered to express their grief over the death of George Floyd, as well as push back on racism and police brutality. On May 31, one man was caught on camera setting fire to Fowler Avenue's Champs Sports. Tampa police are currently searching for the suspect. The video has been publicly released with a call for help uncovering his identity.\nIn a video posted to the Tampa Police Department’s Facebook page, the 16-second reel shows an African-American man of unknown age skipping up to a broken window of the sporting goods store.\nThe video shows the man tossing an unidentified item caught on fire through the hole. When he turns, his profile is in clear view of the recording camera, but the video quality makes it difficult to make out more distinct features.\nThe camera then pans across the rest of the parking lot, showing nearby crowds.\nChamps Sports Burned DownCan you identify this man?\nThe subject seen in this video set fire to Champs Sports, on 2381 Fowler Ave., during civil unrest on May 31, 2020.\nThere were thousands of dollars in damage.\nIf you have any information, contact Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay, Inc. \n(20-275892)Posted by Tampa Police Department on Tuesday, June 2, 2020\nThe building endured thousands of dollars worth of damage.\nThough the act was committed on May 31, the video was posted yesterday to Tampa Police Department’s Facebook page.\nOn Saturday night, May 30, a few different businesses across Tampa also saw damage, including a fire set at a Mobil gas station on North 30th Street and East Busch Boulevard.\nChamps Sports is fully engulfed. pic.twitter.com/cELm9Rc0tK— Chad Chronister (@ChadChronister) May 31, 2020\nParent company Foot Locker, Inc.'s Chairman and CEO, Dick Johnson, released a statement on social media expressing his sadness over recent events and the company's support for the community.\nHe declared that Foot Locker Inc. is a company that truly values diversity and inclusion and called for the community to continue to work towards safety and support for all.\nThe statement was originally sent to the company's team members but was later shared on Twitter by Champs Sports.\nYesterday our CEO shared this with our team members. We wanted to share it with you. pic.twitter.com/rOqA4ijjqS— Champs Sports (@champssports) May 30, 2020\nThe Tampa Police Department asks that anyone who can identify the man in the video contact Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay, Inc with information.