63rd arrest over Millbank riot
Police have arrested a teenager on suspicion of violent disorder during the student fees protest.
The 17-year-old male student is the 63rd person to be arrested following the Millbank riot in central London.
A Met Police spokesman said the 17-year-old attended Stourbridge police station and was later released on bail.
Police later arrested an 18-year-old woman on suspicion of violent disorder and assault on officers in connection with the riots. She was taken to a south London police station and bailed to return on a date in February.
Earlier this week, officers investigating the riot released images of 13 protesters suspected of committing criminal offences.
The images were captured on CCTV cameras inside the office complex and on its roof as dozens of demonstrators stormed the building.
They were also filmed by officers stationed in the forecourt as more than a thousand people gathered outside the headquarters of the Conservative party.
During the National Union of Students' march against proposed rises in student tuition fees windows were smashed, graffiti daubed on walls and missiles, including a fire extinguisher, were thrown from the seventh floor roof.
The four-hour stand-off ended when police brought in more than a hundred extra officers to clear the building and the road outside.
The Metropolitan Police have launched Operation Malone in a bid to trace those responsible for the violence and vandalism.