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Four men have been arrested this morning in connection with reports of disorder at the Derby County FC vs Plymouth Argyle football match in September.
The men, who are aged between their 20s and 50s and are all from the Derby area, remain in police custody at this time and are set to be questioned.
The arrests are in connection with alleged disorder in the Harvester car park before the game on Saturday 3 September.
A number of images were put out to trace a number of people officers wanted to speak to as part of their enquiries into reports of disorder that day, and we are still appealing to trace four people. You can view the pictures here: Derby County v Plymouth Argyle: Can you help us identify these four men? | Derbyshire Constabulary
PC Mike Turner, of our Football Policing Unit, said: “We will not allow or tolerate any disorder at football matches in Derbyshire.
“While most of our football fans go to matches to enjoy the game, sadly, there have been occasions where a few have been involved in incidents before, during and after fixtures and we will always look to take positive action.
“Four people have been arrested today in relation to issues at the Derby County vs Plymouth Argyle match our enquiries are continuing. If you have any information which could help with our ongoing investigation, please get in touch.”
If you have any information which could help with our enquiries, please contact us on the details below, quoting reference 22*537877:
You can also anonymously contact the independent charity Crimestoppers, on 0800 555 111, or by visiting the CrimeStoppers website