Police have released a gallery of 'wanted' rioters who sent burning cars freewheeling down a hill, pelted a police van with rocks and hurled bricks through windows during a vigil for a teenager in Swansea.
Detectives issued 11 images of potential suspects - including two females and nine males - all of whom they wish to question over the riots which saw 200 people cause carnage in Mayhill, South Wales, on May 20.Yeah, it's this incident.
The gathering was intended to be a vigil for 19-year-old Ethan Powell after he died in May. His cause of death is not publicly known. But the crowds descended into chaos and a police van was forced to flee after being hit with rocks.
Flames were also seen billowing from a torched car as onlookers gathered to watch, with locals saying the car belonged to a man who tried to stop the violence.
Terrified residents hunkered down in their homes as their cars were destroyed outside and bricks were hurled towards their homes.
What were the police doing, faced with violent unrest? It appears 'very little'...
Speaking following the riot, local Welsh Parliament member Tom Giffard described the scenes as 'disturbing'.
I'd have different adjectives, were I you.
Detective Superintendent Gareth Morgan said: 'I would like to thank the local community for its assistance throughout the course of our investigations.
'The large majority that were present that night were not actively involved in the disorder. The critical task for us has been to identify those who were specifically involved in committing criminal offences that evening.
'What happened that night has had a huge impact on many families and people, the effect of which has continued for some time.'
It's your job to stop such disorder. You failed.
Now you're here, are you doing anything other than insisting it was a small minority (that your officers were still too afraid to tackle)?