The Metropolitan Police has hit back at reports the Stephen Lawrence investigation team is to be disbanded following the convictions of Gary Dobson and David Norris.
The pair, 36 and 35 respectively, were jailed for life at the Old Bailey on Wednesday for the racist murder of Mr Lawrence 19 years ago.
The judge in the case, Mr Justice Treacy, urged the police to hunt down the "three or four" others involved in the crime and that they should not "close the file".
But if no fresh information emerges, it appeared the investigation - which has a 20-strong team of officers working on it - could again grind.
However, a spokesman told Sky News: "We have no current intention to disband the team investigating the murder of Stephen Lawrence.
"We are now reviewing what further lines of inquiry are available."
The Met has also indicated that they have received information from the public relating to the case.
"We can confirm that we have received a number of telephone calls in light of the verdicts and sentencing.
"This information will be evaluated."
Metropolitan Police commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe has also joined Mr Justice Treacy in his call for further arrests, saying that the remaining culprits "should not rest easily in their beds".
The Old Bailey heard that a gang of five or six white youths set upon A-level student Mr Lawrence in Eltham, south-east London, in 1993.
Dobson, who is already serving a five-year sentence for drug-dealing, was sentenced to at least 15 years and two months.
Norris was given a minimum of 14 years and three months for the murder, which the judge said was a "terrible and evil crime".
It has been reported that within the next month officers will again speak with Dobson and Norris.
Neither has given any indication that they are more likely to talk following their conviction and sentencing.