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Images released of people sought following Million Mask March

November 18, 2014, 5:43 pm

Police are appealing for the assistance of the public to help identify 12 people officers would like to speak to in connection with violent disorder during the Million Mask March in central London on 5 November.

The march began at 18.00hrs and ended at midnight, spreading from Parliament Square to Marylebone.

Whilst the majority of those taking part were peaceful, there were pockets of violence shown towards officers; with fireworks and traffic furniture including barriers thrown at them.

In total 10 people were arrested for offences including assault on police, obstruction offences, attempted GBH, and public order offences. Officers managed to keep disruption in the capital to a minimum, despite the disparate nature of the protest which spread from Parliament Square to Marylebone.

Officers want to speak to the individuals pictured in connection with violent disorder which took place in Parliament Square between 19.00hrs and 20.00hrs. This included street furniture being thrown at officers.

Detective Chief Inspector Andy Barnes, from the Met’s Public Order Command, said: “This was a concerted violent attack on officers by a minority who were determined to commit crime and had no interest in peaceful protest. This type of behaviour will not be tolerated and we will make every effort to trace these individuals and hold them accountable for their actions. I would appeal for help from the public in identifying these individuals so they can be brought to justice.”

+ Anyone who recognises the individuals pictured is asked to call the Public Order Command on 020 8246 0076 or email them at quoting the reference on the picture. To remain anonymous please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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