London riots: 1 arrested, 13 left, in Redbridge hall of shame gallery
One of the 14 people whose faces were in our hall of shame gallery has been arrested by police – now help investigators catch the rest of them.
The images of the 14, who police want to speak to in connection with the looting and disorder seen last week in Redbridge, were posted on our website on Thursday morning and on the front page of the Ilford Recorder.
Today, police have arrested one of those 14.
His image has been removed from our gallery accordingly, but you can still click on the gallery link to the right of this page and see if you can help police identify the other 13 faces.
The looting saw more than a dozen businesses in Ilford, Newbury Park, Barkingside, Hainault, Woodford Green and South Woodford all ransacked.
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Anyone with information on the identities of those pictured should call 020 8345 2764 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, quoting the number below the image.
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