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Another two illegal raves are being planned in London for this weekend - days after one in which a teenager died and violence broke out. Met Police say the latest events are being advertised on Facebook and are due to take place in Wandsworth, south-west London, and Erith in the south-east.
Police have arrested a man on suspicion of violent disorder in connection with a rave in Croydon on Sunday.
The 18-year-old man handed himself in at south London police station.
Officers are still trying to trace six others though it is not believed that any of these men were involved in the death of Rio Andrew.
DCI Steve Baxter, leading the investigation, said:
"There has been speculation that Rio's death was caused by drugs, at this stage no one can say that with certainty as we are still waiting for the results of the post mortem.
"I want to speak to anyone who saw Rio during Saturday night, as he travelled from his home in Notting Hill to Croydon, to help us build up a picture of his night out. If someone did sell or give Rio drugs then I want information to help us catch whoever that was."
Friends of Rio Andrew have been paying tribute on Twitter. Maya McDermott wrote: "Today I lost one of my closest friends, Rio Andrew. Words cannot even explain how heartbroken I am. Love you dude."
Another friend tweeted: "RIP Rio Andrew. You were so talented and amazing and it's such a shame. You were my mate since primary and it's heartbreaking to let you go."
Holland Park School in Kensington, west London, where Rio was a Year 10 pupil, today paid tribute to the "much respected student". In a statement posted on its website, the school said:
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Police have released new images of people wanted in connection with an illegal rave in Croydon on June 15.
Police have released six images of people they would like to speak to in connection with disorder following an illegal rave in Croydon.