CCTV released of meat and alcohol protest at Sikh centre
CCTV images have been released by police investigating a protest which resulted in people being injured at a community centre in Dudley.
Police started an investigation after a pre-planned demonstration turned to violence in Swancote Road on 28 May.
About 200 people were protesting at the serving of meat and alcohol at the Sikh Cultural Centre.
A police officer and two members of the public suffered head injuries during the disorder.
Some of those involved forced their way into the building and caused "significant damage".
Protesters ended their occupation of the building after about five hours when centre managers agreed to ban the serving of meat and alcohol on the premises.
Insp Richard Jones, from Dudley police, said: "What started as a peaceful protest soon turned to violence when a minority of people started throwing missiles at officers and then forced their way inside the centre.
"Significant damage was caused to the premises and our investigation into what happened on the day continues.
"Detectives have trawled through CCTV from the site and the vicinity as part of the inquiry and we now ask for help in identifying some of those people we would now like to speak to."
The images are available to view on West Midlands Police's website.