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Police release more Wembley violence photos

The police have released 11 new images of football fans they want to question following violence at Wembley during the FA Cup semi-final between Millwall and Wigan.

The disturbances took place in the Millwall supporter section and 43 people have so far been arrested – this is the third photo appeal.

The release of the new pictures follows dawn police raids last week which resulted in three arrests.

Photos issued by the Metropolitan Police. Credit: Metropolitan Police/PA Wire
Photos issued by the Metropolitan Police. Credit: Metropolitan Police/PA Wire
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Further arrest over Millwall FA Cup violence

After police dawn raids this morning led to the arrests of three people wanted in connection with violence at an FA Cup match between Millwall and Wigan at Wembley, a further man has handed himself in.

The 34-year-old was arrested on suspicion of violent disorder at a south London police station.

We have had an excellent response from the public, and we believe that we have identified everyone in those ten images previously released.

Some have since handed themselves in to police, and to date, we have arrested 27 people on this inquiry.

– DCI Andy Barnes, Metropolitan Police

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Police release CCTV images after Millwall violence

The Metropolitan Police have released CCTV images of people they want to trace in connection to violence and disorder at the Millwall vs Wigan FA Cup semi final match. Earlier today, police arrested three men in dawn raids in connection with the violence.

Note: Images removed on police request_

Arrest in dawn raid after FA Cup match violence

Metropolitan Police arrest a suspect after violence at the FA Cup match between Millwall and Wigan. Credit: Lewis Whyld/PA Wire
Metropolitan Police arrest a suspect after violence at the FA Cup match between Millwall and Wigan.
Metropolitan Police arrest a suspect after violence at the FA Cup match between Millwall and Wigan.

Police examining CCTV after Millwall disorder

Large-scale violence and disorder at football matches is completely unacceptable. People attending matches expect to be able to do so in a safe and friendly environment.

We have had an excellent response from the public, who have identified people in nine of the 10 images already released. Some have since handed themselves in to police, and to date, we have arrested 23 people. Three have been charged.

The investigation team is working through many more calls and CCTV to identify all those involved in the disorder. We expect to make further arrests.

Our message is clear. Violence at football is unacceptable. If you were involved in the violence come forward and speak with us. We will pursue all those responsible.

– Detective Chief Inspector Andy Barnes

Police arrest 23 in connection with Millwall violence

Police carried out dawn raids to arrested three men in connection with violence at an FA Cup match between Millwall and Wigan.

The men, aged 21, 22 and 27, were arrested at addresses in London by officers from Operation Arrowtip, which targets football-related crime.

So far 23 people have been arrested in relation to violence at the semi-final at London's Wembley Stadium on 13th April, during which Millwall fans attacked police and fought among themselves inside and outside the ground.

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10 football fans wanted over FA Cup violence

Note: Images removed on police request

Police have asked for the public's help in tracking down 10 football fans suspected of being involved in disorder at last weekend's FA Cup semi-final between Millwall and Wigan.

Saturday's showpiece match at Wembley Stadium was marred by Millwall supporters attacking police and fighting among themselves inside and outside the ground.

Twelve Millwall supporters and two Wigan fans were arrested on the day, police said.

Images of a further 10 supporters have been issued by officers from Operation Arrowtip, Scotland Yard's response to football-related crime.

Anyone who recognises someone in the pictures is asked to contact police on 020 8246 0076 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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