Toronto police will release a top 10 'most wanted' list today of people being sought in connection with violence during the G20 summit.
Det.-Sgt. Gary Giroux says he will also seek public help in identifying the suspects during a news conference (1 p.m. EDT).
He says in a statement that those who assaulted police officers, burned cruisers and damaged buildings "will be held accountable."
Det.-Sgt.Giroux says he will also ask the public to keep on submitting photographs and video images of "criminal acts committed during the G20."
On Tuesday, two of about 20 people identified as part of a police probe into G20-related violence was released on bail.
Peter Hopperton - who police allege is part of the Southern Ontario Anarchist Resistance - was freed on $75,000 bail. William Vandreil was released on $50,000 bail.
They emerged from custody a day after the release of two other people accused of sparking violence during the summit weekend.