London riots map: all incidents mapped in London and around the UK – Telegraph

 
map via telegraph.co.uk
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violent clashes spread throughout the Kingdom
http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2011/aug/10/london-riots-spark-copycat-birmingham

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http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/194823/20110809/london-riots-google-maps-charts-uk-riot-danger-zones-hackney-london-lewisham-arrest-croyden-arrested.htm

West Bromwich – Masked thugs are throwing bricks and pushing bins around. Attempting to push a white van onto its side and there are reports of a car on fire.

Wolverhampton – Some store broken into. Two cars set on fire. Twenty arrests have been so far.

Monday 8th August 2011

Aldgate – Window smashed at a library.

Balham – Shop windows have been broken.

Birmingham – Unmanned police station on Holyhead Road torched

Bristol – Shops on Stokes Croft looted. Reports of six separate fires at Cabot Circus.

Camberwell Green – Gang of around 15 looters have broken into Jewellery shops F.Hinds and The Old English Pawn Broking Company Ltd. Masked young men stealing car batteries.

Chalk Farm – Motorists attacked with bricks. Youths in balaclavas carrying scaffolding poles. Countless shops have been looted.

Clapham Junction – Ladbrokes, Headteachers hair salon and Wimpey trashed, other shops looted. Residents being advised to evacuate due to fires.

Colliers Wood Looters rescued after becoming trapped under the grill of a sportswear shop.

Croydon – Large scale looting and huge fire at furniture store. Residents advised to evacuate.

Crystal Palace – Blockbusters and local businesses looted.

Hackney – On Mare Street, youths clash with riot police and throw building materials from a lorry. Looters attempt to break into various shops. Smouldering car just off Mare Street. Carhartt trashed by rioters.

Deptford Greggs on fire at Deptford High Street.

Peckham – Reports of buses and shops attacked on Peckham High Street, at least one set on fire. Buses have been removed from surrounding area.

Ealing – Restaurant and Tesco looted for alcohol and cash by a mob. Reports of cars smashed and set on fire. Cars torched outside historic Ealing Film Studio, building escaped damage.

East Dulwich – Around 30 hooded and masked youths have targeted East Dulwich, smashing windows at pub, pharmacy and convinience store.

Elephant and Castle – Men armed with bat smash and set fire to shops.

Enfield – Sony distribution centre on fire. The warehouse reportedly housed a large selection of digital media.

Kent – Group of 15 youths starting fires and causing criminal damage. Arrests also made in Chatham, Rainham and Gillingham.

Lavender Hill – Dozens of masked youths looting from cars.

Lee – Reports of a Wetherspoons targetted in a mass mugging.

Lewisham – Reports of youths attacking police near Lewisham Town Hall. At least one car and possibly several more are ablaze.

Liverpool – Six arrests were made in Liverpool last night, where there were outbreaks of disorder.

Loughborough Junction – Around 30 masked protesters tried to board a train heading towards Wimbledon. Witnesses said they rushed into the station pursued by at least two police officers and that none appeared to make it onto the train. Several police vans carrying officers in full riot gear arrived and attempted to blockade the youths in the station.

Mile End – Looting on Roman Road with shopkeepers guarding shops.

Notting Hill – Ledbury Michelin-star restaurant raided and the diners mugged.

Nottingham – 40 vehicles were damaged and 30 people involved.

Old Kent Road – Reports of disturbances at Barclays, Tesco, Argos and Curry.

Romford, Essex – Gangs of youths smashing shop windows.

Sloane Square – Windows smashed and doors damaged at Hugo Boss

Stoke Newington – Turkish and Kurdish shopowners were guarding their premises with baseball bats. Reports of young turkish men chasing a group down Kingsland Road, Hackney.

Woolwich – Reports of mobile phone shops looted and police cars set alight.

Sunday 7th August 2011

Brixton – Riot police clashed with looters at Currys, William Hill, Nandos, Morley’s Department Store and T-Mobile. Brixton tube remains station closed. Footlocker store burnt down

Chingford Mount, Waltham Forest – 3 police officers injured by speeding car while making arrests.

Dalston – Looters ransack stores at Kingsland Shopping Centre.

Edmonton – Carphone Warehouse looted.

Enfield – More than 30 youths, many in masks, vandalised and looted a number shops including BHS, HMV, Butter Fingers sandwich shop and G. Mantella jewellery shop

Islington – Reports of a group causing a disturbance and a police vehicle windscreen was smashed.

King’s College Hospital – Rival gangs got into a fight at King’s College Hospital when they crossed paths while two victims of minor stabbings were being admitted.

Oxford Circus – Approximately 50 youths congregated in Oxford Circus and caused some damage to property.

Ponder’s End – Tesco was vandalised and items stolen.

Walthamstow – More than 30 youths, many in masks, vandalised and looted a number shops including BHS.

Saturday 6th August 2011

Tottenham – scene of Saturday night’s riots where 26 police officers were injured and 48 people arrested. Shops looted include Blockbusters, a local Electronics store, Vision Express, Big Green Bookshop and JD Sports. The Post Office was also set on fire.

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