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CCTV Images – Appeal for identity of six men following the Barnsley versus Sheffield Wednesday football game

March 12, 2013, 11:15 am

Police in Barnsley have released CCTV images of six men they would like to speak to regarding alleged disorder and antisocial behaviour that took place at Barnsley, Oakwell Stadium on the 15 December, 2012, during the Barnsley versus Sheffield Wednesday football game.

The first pictured man is described as, white, average build, 17-22-years-old, short hair and about 6ft tall. He is wearing a dark hooded jacket and jeans.

The second pictured man is described as, white, average build, 35-45-years-old, short hair and about 5ft 9ins to 6ft tall. He is wearing a cream hooded jacked and a dark baseball cap.

The third pictured man is described as, white, average build, 18-25-years-old, short hair and about 5ft 9ins to 6ft tall. He is wearing a green hooded jacket with a fur trim.

The fourth pictured man is described as, white, average build, 35-45-years-old, short hair and about 5ft 9ins to 6ft tall. He is wearing a black hooded jacket with a red Barnsley FC home shirt underneath.

The fifth pictured man is described as, white, average build, 14-16-years-old, short hair and about 5ft 4ins to 5ft 6ins tall. He is wearing a blue hooded sports top and black and yellow Adidas tracksuit bottoms.

The sixth pictured man is described as, white, average build, 15-18-years-old, short hair and about 5ft 6ins to 5ft 9 ins tall. He is wearing a sports top and a black body warmer.

Anyone who believes they may have information that can assist the police with their enquiries are asked to contact South Yorkshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 313 of the 15 December, 2012, or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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