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Police Releace Images of Ten Suspects After Carnival Violence

Friday 29th August 2014

Detectives have released photographs of 10 suspects they are hunting over violence at the Notting Hill Carnival.

Do you recognise any of these men?

At around 3.50pm on Monday, near the Rampage Sound System, one man was stabbed in the chest while several others suffered cuts and lacerations.

Detectives have released images of eight men they wish to speak to in connection with the incident (see above).

Seven men have already been arrested for violent disorder. They have been bailed to return to a central London police station in September.

Police are also releasing two images of individuals wanted in connection with two separate incidents.

Do you recognise this man?One image (right) relates to a fight involving a large group in All Saints Road on Sunday at around 3.15pm.

Two suspects people have already been charged with public order offences, however police are keen to trace an unidentified male.

In a separate incident on the same day at around 6pm, a 16-year-old youth was stabbed in the chest with a broken bottle in Ladbroke Grove.

Ladbroke Grove imageHe was taken to St Mary’s Hospital and later discharged. There have been no arrests in connection with this incident and police are looking to trace one man (pictured left).

252 people were arrested during last weekend’s Carnival.

Detective Chief Inspector Andy Barnes, of the Public Order Crime Unit, said: "If you recognise any of the individuals in these images please get in touch with the police or Crimestoppers. The vast majority of people attended Carnival with the sole intention of enjoying themselves but there were people there who were intent of causing serious disorder and committing assaults on others. We are determined to identify all those responsible and bring them to justice."

Anyone with information or who recognises any of those people pictured is asked to contact the Public Order Investigations Team on 020 8246 0076.

Alternatively if you wish to remain anonymous you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.