Trio wanted over trouble at Mansfield Town match

Police officers are keen to speak to this man following football-related disorder at a Mansfield Town match.
Police officers are keen to speak to this man following football-related disorder at a Mansfield Town match.

Police have issued photographs of three men they want to speak to following “football-related disorder” at a Mansfield Town game.

Nottinghamshire Police have released images of the men after trouble at the derby match between Notts County and the Stags at County’s Meadow Lane stadium in Nottingham.

Police want to speak to this man.

Police want to speak to this man.

A police spokesman said: “Police have released images of three men they want to speak to following football-related disorder at the game on Saturday, January 14, at about 2pm.

“The first man is described as white with brown/ginger hair. He was wearing a black cap, black jacket and a grey turtle neck top.

“The second man is described as white with dark brown hair and was wearing a black coat with a black jumper underneath, black jeans and trainers.

“The third man is described as white with brown hair, and wearing a hooded zip through top with a Ralph Lauren logo on the front.”

Police want to speak to this man.

Police want to speak to this man.

Mansfield took more than 3,400 fans to the game, which finished 0-0, although there were reports of the match being disrupted due to flares being thrown onto the pitch.

Anyone with information about the three men is asked to call Nottinghamshire Police on 101, quoting incident 157 of January 14, 2017, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.

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