CCTV appeal following POSH v CUFC disorder

Our detectives investigating disorder surrounding a football match between Peterborough and Cambridge United in October have released CCTV images of people they want to identify.

The investigation was launched after the match, which took place on 29 October, following criminal damage, disorder and violence.

The majority of supporters behaved responsibly at the match, however, there were a small number of fans who chose to behave in a wholly unacceptable way, and this behaviour has been condemned by both clubs.

As part of our post-match investigation, so far we have made 16 arrests and interviewed an additional nine people, which is increasing week-on-week. We have also secured a banning order against one fan who will now not be able to attend any football match for the next three years.

Some people have done the right thing and come forward to us, knowing their behaviour was unacceptable that day, while others have been identified by our officers and the clubs.

Anyone who recognises any of the men in these images should contact us and quote Operation Rookery. This can be done online using our web chat service, by calling 101 or contacting Crimestoppers, anonymously, by calling 0800 555 111 or reporting online

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