Avon and Somerset Police have released 13 more images in connection with the riots in Bristol on March 21.

25 people have now been arrested as the rioters in Bristol were condemned after peaceful protests at 'Kill the Bill' demonstrations in the centre, turned violent.

40 officers and a journalist were assaulted as protestors threw bottles and fireworks at police and set fire to police vehicles.

There has now been four demonstrations over the Government's new Police, Crime and Sentencing Bill in Bristol with last nights march being the only one that remained as a peaceful protest with zero violence.

Between 200 and 300 people gathered for the protest last night, which began at College Green and then involved a march through Bristol city centre, coming to a stop in Bridewell Street where they remained for several hours.

Superintendent Mark Edginton thanked the protestors 'who engaged with us and to those who expressed their views in a peaceful and respectful manner.'

Following the March 21 riots nine men aged between 19 and 44 were arrested on suspicion of violent disorder during the incident.

Since then, four women were arrested between Thursday and Friday, also on suspicion of violent disorder.

Two more men and another woman were arrested on suspicion of violent disorder during the riots that happened on Friday. Two of those were also arrested on suspicion of arson.

On Saturday, officers arrested another three men and two women on suspicion of violent disorder with one of the men also detained on suspicion of arson.

Four more were arrested between Sunday and Monday, all on suspicion of violent disorder.

Senior Investigating Officer DCI James Riccio said: “Our investigation is continuing at pace and we continue to make significant progress in what is a really challenging inquiry.

“We’ve had fantastic support from the public so far and for that we’re incredibly grateful.

“I’d like to once again ask for your help to look at our gallery and see if you recognise any of the people in the images.

“If you do, please contact us on 101 providing the call handler with the letter associated with the person/people.”

You can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers 100 per cent anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via their Anonymous Online Form.

No personal details are taken, information cannot be traced or recorded and you will not go to court or have to speak to police when contacting Crimestoppers.