MORE than 35 people have been arrested as part of a huge Bonfire Night probe from last year.

Detectives investigating disorder in Halifax on November 5, 2022, are continuing to appeal for the public's help to identify people in CCTV images.

Multiple reports were received that evening of large groups of youths with fireworks in the Park Wood area. 

An extensive police investigation has been underway following the disorder, which resulted in a number of arrests for criminal damage, public order and firework offences.

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Officers have now made a total of 36 arrests in relation to the disorder.

Detectives released images of 29 people last month but have since identified seven and are appealing for the public's help to identify any of the remaining males shown in these CCTV stills.

It was on Bonfire Night last year that 17-year-old Mohammed Qais Ratyal was injured after a shard of glass from a greenhouse punctured his chest when he fell into the garden of a house.

He died later in hospital.

The teen was part of a group that travelled from Bradford to Halifax.

Assistant coroner Ian Pears said at the inquest into his death: "This was an accident which occurred on November 5, 2022. Mohammed Qais Ratyal was garden hopping and during this endeavour, he fell into a greenhouse and glass punctured his chest. I record this as an accidental death."

Detective Chief Inspector Michael Cox, of Calderdale District Police, said: "We want to thank those who have come forward and spoken to officers, and provided information which has assisted with our investigation so far.

"We are continuing to investigate and ask that if anyone does recognise any of those pictured in the CCTV images, please get in touch with us directly by calling 101, quoting crime reference 13220612085.

"Alternatively, you can always provide information anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111."