Pittsburgh’s CBS News reports:
The FBI raided the home of Rachel Powell, a Mercer County mother of eight suspected of playing a role in the assault on the U.S. Capitol. NewsChopper 2 flew over Powell’s Sandy Lakes home Thursday afternoon.
The FBI says it was conducting court-authorized law enforcement activity there. They’re looking for Powell, who is nowhere to be found.
Powell can clearly be seen in videos taking a battering ram to the Capitol in the Jan. 6 assault, and though the FBI has posted pictures of her seeking the public’s help, it still has still not officially confirmed they are of Powell.
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FBI raids Mercer County home of woman suspected in Capitol assault. “We are conducting court authorized law enforcement activity at that location. We are seeking the whereabouts of Rachel Powell.” @KDKA pic.twitter.com/jBreTvlAse
— Andy Sheehan (@AndySheehankdka) February 4, 2021
NEW: FBI Pittsburgh field office tells @ABC agents are currently “conducting court authorized law enforcement activity” at Sandy Lakes, Pa. residence of Rachel Powell — identified by @RonanFarrow this week at the ‘Bullhorn Lady’ at the Capitol riot. https://t.co/Mrntm3rZOT
— Alex Mallin (@alex_mallin) February 4, 2021
NEW: “Bullhorn Lady,” one of the FBI’s most wanted after she battered windows and issued orders at the capitol, is Rachel Powell, a mother of eight from rural PA. Her path to radicalization, and what it reveals about extremism in America: https://t.co/UxRMQ3e5X0
— Ronan Farrow (@RonanFarrow) February 2, 2021