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CCTV appeal over disorder at Celtic v Rangers game

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Police have released images of 10 people they want to speak to in connection with disorder at the Celtic v Rangers game last month.

Effigies of Rangers fans were hung from the stands during the match.

Toilets in the away end of the ground were vandalised and both clubs later released statements over fan behaviour.

Four people have so far been arrested over the two blow-up effigies, one of which was draped with a Rangers scarf, the other with an Orange sash.

The match, which Celtic won 5-1, took place at Parkhead on 10 September.

Anyone with information about the people pictured has been asked to contact Shettleston police office or use the dedicated email address.

image captionThe effigies were hung from the stands at the recent Celtic v Rangers game
image captionPolice have previously requested mobile phone footage of vandalism to toilets at Celtic Park

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