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East Leicester Disorder
Detectives have released more images of people they want to speak to in relation to the investigation into the unrest in East Leicester in September last year.
Officers have worked through the hundreds of hours of CCTV and police body worn video and identified many people who were captured on the footage.
However we have not been able to identify the men pictured below who we want to speak to as part of our enquiries and are now appealing for your help.
(Please scroll through the gallery of images to view all the images.)
If you know anyone pictured – or if you are pictured – now is the time to come forward. Anyone successfully identified will be removed from the public appeal.
Detective Chief Inspector Rob Arthur, who is leading the team investigating the disorder, said: “We don’t issue images lightly, carrying out extensive checks before doing so.
“Throughout the months of investigation following the unrest in the autumn, the team have been working to make an identification on these men unsuccessfully.
“We’re now asking for your help to identify them. Please contact us with any names – or if you’re pictured, contact us.”
Contact us on 101, quoting incident number 158 of 9 January, via the force website at Report a crime | Leicestershire Police (leics.police.uk) or alternatively make an anonymous report to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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