Published Tuesday, 14 August 2012
Scenes of trouble in Ardoyne. (© Pacemaker)
He was arrested on Tuesday morning and is expected to appear before Belfast Magistrates' Court next month.
Officers came under attack in the north Belfast area last month following an Orange Order parade past the shop fronts.
Twenty seven people have been arrested to date and 26 have been charged - one has been released unconditionally.
Releasing the nine new images on Tuesday morning, Detective Chief Inspector Alan Little said he was hopeful the public can help the PSNI identify them.
"From the start we have adopted a very proactive approach in relation to the investigation of public disorder both on the lead up to 12th July and following the scenes that were witnessed again this year," he said.
"This approach has included taking every step possible to reduce the possibility of violence, including reviewing investigations from previous years.
"The investigation into the incidents at Ardoyne on 12th July has received strong support and we have had a very positive response from members of the public to date.
"I am now asking the local community to help identify these individuals whom we'd like to talk to in connection with our ongoing enquiries."
A number of police officers were injured during the serious disorder, after they were pelted with petrol bombs, stones and other missiles.
Gunshots were fired from the Brompton Park area.
Mr Little said the trouble, which followed the Orange parade and protests from nationalist and loyalist residents, has "wreaked havoc" on the local community.
He continued: "It is in everybody's interest - as well as in the interest of justice - that those responsible are dealt with appropriately.
"There are people out there who will know the identity of the nine people who I am looking to speak to. I am confident that those people will come forward with that information.
"It is vital that we all send out a message to those involved in violent disorder that such behaviour will not be tolerated."
Anyone with information can contact the Public Order Enquiry Team on 02890 259232.