Published Tuesday, 12 March 2013
Images of two of the wanted suspects released by police. (© PSNI)
The images focus on disorder which took place between Monday 3 December 2012 and Saturday 5 January 2013.
The decision to reduce the number of days the Union flag flies at City Hall in early December led to loyalist protests across Belfast and some parts of Northern Ireland.
Some were peaceful - but disorder broke out at many others resulting in 215 people being arrested. To date, 163 people have been charged as part of the Operation Dulcet investigation into outbreaks of public disorder.
The PSNI have also revealed that 52 people have either been reported for taking part in an unnotified or unlawful public procession or for obstructing a road.
The Operation Dulcet team are investigating a broad range of offences - including serious rioting, hijacking of vehicles, attacks on politicians' offices, threats made against politicians, unnotified processions and social media based offences.
Detective Superintendent Sean Wright said: "We have been clear from the outset that if you break the law, you will face the consequences and we stand firm on this. Anyone engaged in illegal activity will be dealt with appropriately and proportionately."
He continued: "I'm hopeful that the wider community will help us identify these individuals, but I would also encourage the individuals featured to contact my team directly - in doing so they will minimise the impact on themselves, their family and their community.
"It is in everybody's interest - as well as in the interest of justice - that those responsible are dealt with appropriately. I would urge anyone who may have information to bring it forward," the senior officer added.
Police are asking anyone who may be able to identify any of the individuals to contact detectives at the Major Incident Room on 028 90 901775 from 9am to 10pm daily.