Police marked the anniversary of last year's London riots by saying they are no longer looking for anyone in connection with the disturbances in Sutton.

Dozens of hooded youths attacked shops and businesses in the town centre and Rosehill on August 8 last year amid rioting across London.

Yobs were limited to attacking five shops in Sutton High Street, smashing windows and trying to rip off security shutters after tense stand-offs with police.

A double-decker bus and police were attacked in St Nicholas Way by a gang of yobs hurling bricks.

35 people ransacked Best One in Lower Road, close to High Street, smashing windows before stealing about £5,000 of alcohol.

But robust policing saw Sutton stand against up to the rampaging youngsters.

Borough Commander Guy Ferguson famously led a baton charge to clear away troublemakers.

Twenty five people were charged with offences committed that night.

Twenty of them have been jailed or received a youth detention sentence in the past year.

The longest sentence was given to Scott Valero, of Carshalton, who was handed 20 months detention in a young offenders institution after pleading guilty to violent disorder.

Joshua Masters, of Barnard Close, Wallington was jailed for 12 months for the same offence. They both threw bottles at police.

Lloyd Amarteifio, 20, of Manor Court, Benhill Wood Road, Sutton, was sentenced at Inner London Crown Court on December 15 after pleading guilty to theft at the Best One after he was arrested nearby with stolen alcohol and cigarettes.

Sutton Police said proactive tactics used by police and a superior council funded CCTV system helped stop serious trouble.

A police spokesman said: "This (CCTV) meant that officers on the ground were guided to prevent disturbances from becoming more serious and images were captured which helped gather vital intelligence and provide evidence to present before the courts.

"There are no outstanding wanted offenders in Sutton from these disturbances."