Millwall and Everton fans involved in mass brawl still wanted by police

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Appeal to identify a number of men following disorder at Millwall v Everton
fans are still wanted in reference to the incident (Picture: Met Police)

Police are still looking greater than 20 suspects who’re thought to have been involved in a vicious mass brawl following a soccer match earlier this 12 months.

Officials have launched photographs of 22 folks suspected to have taken half in the violence on January 26, which occurred earlier than, throughout and after a Millwall v Everton match.

Shocking footage of the incident exhibits a bunch of soccer fans combating by Southwark Park in south east London, leaving one man struggling a big slash wound to his face.

Despite an in depth investigation for the previous eight months, together with nearly 50 interviews, Met Police are still but to search out all involved.

They now hope the general public will be capable of assist determine quite a few folks – believed to be Millwall fans – in reference to the incident.

Detective Sergeant Matt Simpson mentioned: ‘As a part of this lengthy and advanced investigation we now have trawled lots of of hours of CCTV and taken dozens of witness statements.

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‘We have travelled throughout the nation and labored with quite a few companions in order to determine these involved.

‘We will proceed to work laborious to deliver these accountable to justice.

‘So far we now have made interviewed 47 in reference to this investigation. All these arrested have been launched below investigation whereas we proceed our inquiries.

‘The public have undoubtedly helped us bring many wanted offenders to justice in the past, and we hope they can continue to assist us in this investigation by identifying those pictured’.

To have a look at the entire photographs, click on right here.

Anyone with info is urged to contact police on 020 8246 9386 or name Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, quoting crime reference quantity 3003866/19.

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