Stark warning from police for last summer's rioters in Croydon
Police have warned rioters "we are still coming for you" as they step up their hunt for looters.
Nearly one year on from the civil disorder that destroyed parts of Croydon, the investigation team have repeated their commitment to catching everyone involved.
Every week the Croydon Guardian will print new images of suspected rioters and looters being hunted in connection with the riots on August 8.
After trawling through hours of CCTV and mobile phone footage, officers are now incorporating new technology in their work to bring to justice those responsible for annihilating our town.
As well as creating a QR code (pictured) to include on posters, the Metropolitan Police have also launched a new mobile app called Mobile Facewatch.
Users enter a postcode and can then click through a selection CCTV images of unidentified people the police would like to talk to.
If an image is known to the user, they have the opportunity to enter the name and/or address of the person shown which is then sent to police.
Detective Sergeant Darren Lovatt, said: "Croydon was so devastatingly hit. It is still shocking to watch the footage, it is a stark reminder and we know there is significant work to be done.
"This was not only a tragic event for the people and businesses of Croydon, the feeling certainly spread to the police- this is our manor. We want to bring the people responsible to justice."
Ten months on from the disorder, 494 people have been arrested in Croydon in relation to offences committed in the borough.
A total of 513 offences were recorded in Croydon on the night of August 8, and of these, 184 offences have had someone charged in relation to the offence.
Detective Inspector Heather Rook added: "If we have a good picture of you, you are not safe. It is highly likely you are going to be identified.
"Ten months on I expect some people maybe be thinking they have gotten away with offences they committed last August during the disorder, but we are still coming for you."
Anyone with information is asked to contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 and quote the relevant reference number.