Leeds & West Yorkshire

Further images released of Chapeltown disorder

Three men walking across Francis Street into Nassau Place
Image caption Three men can be seen walking across Francis Street into Nassau Place

Detectives have released further CCTV images of people they want to trace in connection with disorder in Leeds.

The incidents took place on 9 August in the Chapeltown area of the city.

A group of around 15 people were captured walking across Francis Street into Nassau Place at about 22:40 BST.

Another camera showed a group of more than 20 people walking along Reginald Terrace at around 23:25, with at least one member of the group throwing objects including bricks.

Det Supt David Pervin, who is leading the investigation into the disorder, said: "The local community continue to be extremely supportive, and I once again ask for their assistance in helping officers identify those involved in the disorder.

"A number of the people within the groups are wearing distinctive clothing, and it is likely that anyone viewing the footage will be identify members of the groups from these items.

Image caption A group of people were filmed walking along Reginald Terrace

"I would appeal for anyone who thinks they may have information which can identify members of these groups to contact the police as soon as possible."

A total of 58 people have been arrested across West Yorkshire in connection with various incidents of disorder in the county during August.

Investigations into the incidents are continuing.

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