Police mark one year anniversary of London's disorder


On Wednesday 8th August, officers will mark the one year anniversary of the London disorder in Camden.  Officers will be positioned at Camden Town Tube Station between 10:00 - 16:00 hours speaking to members of the public and appealing for their help to identify those who remain outstanding.

Officers have produced a new poster containing 100 images of all those who they believe were involved in the disorder, of the images 16 relate to crimes which took place in North East London.      

Detectives and PCSOs will show images of suspects to members of the public and local business owners throughout the day hoping to gain new information, which may help them to identify the remaining suspects.

Officers have also produced a 'QR code' which can be used by many smart phones.  An individual can use their phone to scan the QR code, this will take them directly to the Operation Withern page on the Metropolitan Police Service's website where the posters can be viewed.

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