The name badge of the company Navistar was seen in a photo that DC Police provided of a man that was part of the mob that stormed the US Capitol Building.

FREDERICK, Md. — A man was fired from his job after a picture of him with his company’s name badge on a lanyard hanging from his neck was distributed by DC Police as a person of interest for his alleged participation in a mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday. 

Navistar, a holding company that has an office in Frederick, Maryland, released a statement on Thursday saying that they had fired the individual, but did not mention his name.

The picture was distributed alongside 25 other individuals listed

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