Police reach out to the public to capture these BLM violent rioters. Can you help?

Since Black Lives Matter took to the streets in London after the killing of George Floyd, an investigation has been launched to track down key individuals who are suspected of racial abuse and severe violence against members of the public and police officers.
Some are suspected of violent disorder, which can see those convicted of the crime serving up to five years in prison.
Over the weekend, 12 photos have been released by the Met Police in the hopes you can help with their whereabouts. So far the appeal for help has been positive, Commander Alex Murray said: “The vast majority of people who have attended the recent protests made their voices heard, and then left.
“However, a minority have attended with the sole purpose of attacking, abusing or violently confronting fellow protesters, detracting from the cause of their protest.
“We saw violence against police officers, including verbal and racial abuse which is absolutely appalling.”
“They do not come to work to be subjected to this.
“They come to work to keep Londoners and their families safe.
“Similarly, those people who wanted to have their voices heard and protest should not be subject to violence from others.”
Over 100 police, three police horses and a police dog suffered injuries during the clashes that were seen on national TV. Nearly 300 people have been arrested from both the Black Lives Matter riots and counter protests.
Commander Alex Murray thanked the help from the public saying: “Thank you to those who have already helped to identify people from the images – your help is having a real and positive effect on our investigation.
“Thank you also to those people who have actively challenged other protesters to stop them being violent and abusive.”
With war memorials being attacked, Boris Johnson vowed that “they will be met with the full force of the law.”
If you have any information on these suspects, please contact the Police by these contact numbers: 020 8246 9386 or Tweet @MetCC on Twitter quoting the relevant image number.
Alternatively, you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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