Nottingham Forest chairman car attack: Man arrested

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A man has been arrested over an attack on a car belonging to Nottingham Forest's chairman during a match against Derby County.

The car was vandalised while parked outside the iPro Stadium in Derby at about 14:15 GMT on Saturday.

The Mercedes-Benz Viano belonging to Fawaz Al Hasawi had its rear windscreen wiper and personal registration plate torn off and its tyres deflated.

Derbyshire police said a 19-year-old was arrested on Tuesday morning.

A spokesman said officers were continuing their inquiries and were still looking to trace anyone else involved in the attack.

The BBC obtained footage which shows two men vandalising the car.

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Image caption Mr Al Hasawi tweeted a photo of the damage to his car following the game

Nottingham Forest beat their local rivals 2-1 but trouble flared after the final whistle.

A 23-year-old man was also arrested and bailed on Saturday after a man ran onto the pitch at full-time and appeared to make contact with Forest player Kelvin Wilson.

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