Police Appeal After Violence At West Ham Match

26 October 2016, 12:21

West Ham violence suspects 1

The police have released images of seven men they want to speak to in connection with violence at a West Ham and Middlesbrough game.

The game on Sunday, 1 October saw disturbances outside the ground and police want to identify the men in the images released. Four other men were previously arrested for affray and assault and have been bailed until November.

Superintendent Jonathan Williams, from the Metropolitan Police Public Order Command said: "The vast majority of football fans attending matches across London do so in the right spirit to enjoy the game and return home without incident.

"Sadly, there is a very small minority that occasionally engages in disorder and where that happens, we will do our utmost to identify those responsible and bring them to justice.

"I would ask anyone who recognises any of these men, or knows who was involved in the disorder following the West Ham vs Middlesbrough game to get in touch with us, as this kind of behaviour has absolutely no place at football matches."

If you have any information about this incident you can call the police on 020 7230 2425 or email SCO22-football@met.police.uk quoting the image reference. Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

West Ham violence suspects 1

West Ham violence suspects 2

West Ham violence suspects 3

James O'Brien pleaded with the caller "Don't smack me!"

James O'Brien's Perfect Response To Man Who Smacks His Children

James was so moved by Dan's call

A Heartbreaking Take On The Hell Of Universal Credit... From An Emotional Landlord

The LBC presenter said he finally understood Mr Corbyn's popularity

James O'Brien Absolutely Nails The Reason For Jeremy Corbyn's Popularity

A frustrated James O'Brien had a heated discussion with a Brexiteer this morning

Brexiteer To James: "We Need To Start Spending Money On Whatever We Intend To"

Comments

Loading...