Protesters reportedly set fire to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) building in Portland on Saturday night before cops swept in to disperse the crowds.

Photos and videos posted on social media showed flames engulfing a barrier protecting the ICE building in Portland’s South Waterfront district, which has been a frequent target of demonstrations over the past year.

The protesters also appeared to create a makeshift bonfire in front of the building by setting fire to a pile of wooden pallets.

As they have with many previous protests, the officers reportedly resorted to firing pepper balls into the crowd to force people to disperse.

Read more at the Daily Mail

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