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Police issue fresh appeal for Bristol man wanted in connection with Kill the Bill riot

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Police have issued a fresh appeal for a man wanted in connection with the Kill the Bill riot which took place in Bristol on March 21.

The man, named as Benjamin Broadribb, remains at large after two other suspects were apprehended earlier this week.

Broadribb is in his mid twenties and is thought to be in the Bristol area.

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However, it is believed he also has links to Glastonbury and Southampton.

He is white, tall, of slim build and has long wavy brown hair.

The appeal comes after police released images of 30 people wanted in connection with the protest-turned-riots earlier this year.

Four people have already been arrested and more than 70 arrested after the protests, which saw a police riot van burned to the ground.



Benjamin Broadribb
Benjamin Broadribb

A police statement shared earlier this week read: “Police are urging anyone who know where the men might be to call 101 and tell the call handler you’re phoning in relation to Operation Harley.”

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