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Police have released a final set of images of people they're targetting over the summer riots in Birmingham last year.
It's been 5 and a half months since the disorder with 761 people arrested so far and only a few remaining
Acting Detective Inspector Julie Woods said: "Forensic science and old-fashioned detective work got us so far, but we could not have arrested so many people without the help of the public. I would like to once again call on the communities of the West Midlands to take a look at them and tell us if they recognise anyone.
"Six months ago we saw unprecedented scenes across our region, scenes which horrified most law abiding citizens. We haven't forgotten what happened and we will not stop looking for these people until they have been brought to justice."
Images of the offenders will remain on the force website under 'Major Investigations' indefinitely.
Anyone with information should call Operation View on 101 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.