TROY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Troy police investigating a group of individuals, wearing fatigue type clothing during Sunday night’s protest. Troy Police say some of the individuals were armed with handguns.

According to Deputy Chief of Police Daniel DeWolf, police received intelligence there was a group of suspicious individuals in downtown Troy. Police conducting a preliminary investigation after the group made its way to the City Station garage on 6th Avenue. Troy Mayor Patrick Madden says they were detained and questioned by police.

The group is currently being questioned about their motives, and police are trying to determine if the weapons are legally possessed. The three vehicles belonging to the group were towed and secured for further investigation.