Oxford-Bristol Rovers football disorder images released

CCTV images of the four men police want to speak to in connection with a disorder at a football match at the Kassam Stadium The disorder happened on 9 February at the Kassam Stadium

CCTV images of four men police want to speak to in connection with disorder at a football match in Oxfordshire have been released by police.

The disorder happened before Oxford United's game with Bristol Rovers at the Kassam Stadium on 9 February.

Police said an investigation was ongoing and 33 people had so far been arrested on suspicion of public order offences.

They have all been released on bail until early next month.

Supt Christian Bunt said: "The disorder experienced at this football match is unacceptable and we will not tolerate it.

"We will be working with partners to seek football banning orders for all those charged with any offences."

He said the ongoing investigation aimed to determine the circumstances surrounding what happened at the game and said further arrests were expected.

"We are reviewing witness evidence, footage taken by police and CCTV to identify anyone who took part in the disorder and will work with partners to prosecute people who have committed offences," he added.

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