Police have launched an investigation into anti-Semitic tweets posted after an Arsenal-Spurs clash that saw winger Theo Walcott and St John Ambulance staff pelted with missiles. Scotland Yard says it has assessed the messages and launched an inquiry.
Following the Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur match on Saturday January 4 the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) became aware of anti-Semitic messages posted on Twitter.
Having assessed messages published on Twitter, officers from Operation Arrowtip are now investigating.
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