London riots: Photo gallery of Hackney suspects who are wanted by police
These are the faces of suspects wanted by police in connection with terror on the streets of Hackney including torching cars, smashing up businesses and looting shops during the London riots last month.
Police have released more than 100 images of suspects they want to identify and are appealing for readers’ help.
The move comes after 10 people were arrested following their images being published by the Hackney Gazette newspaper, owned by London24 publisher Archant.
Readers contacted police to identify some suspects, while others saw their own photo in the paper and turned themselves in.
In total, 184 people have been arrested in Hackney and 127 of those have been charged.
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Now the borough’s top officer Chief Supterintendent Steve Bending has released dozens more images to bring the remaining rioters to justice.
He said: “Hackney police have formed a dedicated team of detectives to painstakingly review CCTV and other visual evidence in order to identify those involved in the violent disorder on August 8.
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“The previous support we have had from the Gazette and the public has been fantastic, resulting in the early identification of offenders.
“We are now asking you to look at the images of some 83 people, who we wish to identify from the violent disorder and looting of local shops.”
Anyone with information should call police on 020 7275 3086, quoting the picture reference number, or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Put the gallery below into full screen mode and click on 'show info' to get the relevant number for each image.