Twenty two people wanted in connection with a disorder at a Wolves Wanderers vs BCFC football match

Chief Inspector Nicolas Rowe, head of the West Midlands Police Football Unit, is appealing for information following a disturbance that took place during and after February’s football match between, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Birmingham City FC.

Officers are attempting to identify 22 men who are belived to have been involved in the disorder during and after the match on Friday 24th February.

So far, 13 people have been arrested, 10 have been questioned and a further three have been identified.

Chief Inspector Nicolas Rowe, head of the Football Unit, said: “Our enquiries are on-going and we would urge anyone who witnessed this disorder, or anyone who can identify those involved, to contact us immediately with information.

“We’d like to remind everyone that although there was a small amount of disorder, the vast majority of fans were well-behaved and were there to enjoy the game.

“We would like to praise those fans and reassure them that action will be taken against those who were involved in the disorder that they will be actively pursued and where appropriate will be prosecuted and banning orders considered.”

If you have any information which could help the investigation, please contact the football unit on 101 at the earliest opportunity.

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