London Riots: First images of those who shamed Newham
The first images of those people who shamed Newham have been released.
Now police, Newham Council and the Newham Recorder have joined forces to help track down those whose actions shocked us.
The Council and the Recorder are publishing pictures taken from CCTV images of people Newham Police want to speak to in connection with criminality around the recent disturbances.
There will be more images issued as officers examine the footage taken from in and around Upton Park and in Stratford, East Ham, Canning Town and Beckton.
If you recognise anyone pictured or have information about the violence and disorder we saw on our streets, contact Newham Police’s 24-hour intelligence unit on (020) 8217 5078.
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When identifying any of the people shown please ensure you quote the reference number beside the image. You can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously and in confidence on 0800 555 111. Information given to Crimestoppers could earn you a cash reward.
We are publishing images on our website and in paper, Newham Council are uploading them to their website and they have produced a special issue of the magazine, the Newham Mag
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- 9 How Ben Levinson OBE has helped turn around Kensington Primary School
- 10 Tokyo or bust for Newham Beagles and Olympic hero Sir Mo Farah
It will also contain messages of cohesion, support for police and show first CCTV images of people police want to question in connection with the disturbances.
Copies will be distributed to homes, others to community locations, libraries, Local Service Centres, police stations, hospital, GP surgeries, community centres.
Also Newham Volunteers will distribute the Mag to shops in areas where disturbances took place. Newham’s 60 councillors have also been issued with posters to distribute within their neighbourhoods.
You can see Newham Council’s website at
Newham Mayor Sir Robin Wales has announced a series of measures designed to tackle the disorder we saw on our streets.