Police are looking into anti-Semitic tweets sent after the Arsenal-Spurs clash that saw winger Theo Walcott and St John Ambulance staff pelted with missiles. Scotland Yard is assessing the messages, that referred to the Holocaust.
We're aware of anti-Semitic messages posted on Twitter following Arsenal v Tottenham on Saturday January 4 - an assessment is under way.
A Scotland Yard spokesman said: "The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) is aware of incidents during the Arsenal Vs Tottenham Hotspur match on Saturday, January 4 where a number of objects were thrown from both home and away sections of the crowd.
The MPS takes all such incidents very seriously. Officers from Operation Arrowtip are investigating and are liaising with both clubs and the Football Association (FA) over these incidents.
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