Toronto police have released the images of more suspects wanted in connection with violence that erupted during the G20 summit and made more arrests.

The photographs, made public at a news conference Friday, depict suspects who are alleged to have assaulted police, damaged police property and vandalized downtown businesses.

"Unknown Number 4: I know that person picked up a lounge chair from one of the furniture stores on Yonge Street just south of College Street and threw it right into a pane-glass window," Det. Mike Carbone alleged.

He alleged another suspect used a large wooden pole to assault a police officer in a cruiser at Queen Street West and Spadina Avenue, a vehicle that would eventually be destroyed by fire.

Two police cruisers were set on fire during the violence. An officer was in one cruiser that was set ablaze, said Det. Sgt. Gary Giroux, leader of the G20 investigative team.

He called on the public to help identify the suspects.

Citizens who captured photos and video of mayhem downtown when world leaders were visiting Ontario for the G8 and G20 Summits at the end of June have submitted many of the images to police.

Others were documented by police during the protests.

Police have used several databases in other provinces and in the United States to help identify suspects. Many of the suspects involved in using the destructive "Black Bloc" tactics are suspected to have come from Quebec

Police also announced the following arrests:

  • Stephen Caswell, 30, of Toronto
  • Ryan Rainville, 22, of Waterloo
  • Samuel Malony-Lee, 22, of Toronto

Caswell had been publicly identified earlier as a suspect in the damaging of a police cruiser.

Rainville faces the following charges:

  • Assault of a peace officer with a weapon
  • mischief over $5,000
  • intimidation of a justice system participant by violence
  • failure to comply with an undertaking

Malony-Lee faces charges of theft under $5,000 and possession of property obtained by crime.

Police didn't say whether the three have made initial court appearances yet.

No allegations against them have been proven in a court of law.

G20 investigators say they have made 17 arrests to date, including one youth. They have laid 41 Criminal Code charges.

With a report from CTV Toronto's Austin Delaney.