A dedicated online site has been launched by police to allow the public to upload information following a dissident Republican parade and subsequent violent unrest last week.

This is after a march linked to the Saoradh group to commemorate the 1916 Easter Rising took place in Derry’s Bogside on Easter Monday.

It ended at the city cemetery where violence broke out and petrol bombs were thrown at the police.

Eight men were subsequently arrested, seven of whom were detained under the Terrorism Act and have now been released pending a report to the prosecution. A man arrested for disturbing public order has been charged to appear in court next month.

Police have now requested that photographs and images, including cell phone and dash cam footage, be uploaded to the “Major Incidents Public Portal” (MIPP) by going online to https:// mipp.police.uk/operation/PSNI22R10-PO1

A police spokesman said: ‘Our investigation into offenses in Monday’s parade will continue over the coming days and weeks as we work to bring offenders to justice, and we would ask anyone with information that may help our investigation to use MIPP. They can also call us on the non-emergency number 101.”


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