Man wanted for questioning in connection with violence at recent Lincoln FC game
Lincolnshire Police are still looking for a man to question in connection with trouble which broke out after a previous football match between Luton Town FC and Lincoln City FC.
The teams last met on Saturday, October 6 and the fixture was blighted by some violence at a city centre public house in Lincoln.
To date 21 arrests have been made and 16 men have been charged with offences arising out of the incident. Twelve have pleaded guilty and another four are due to go on trial at Lincoln Crown court in November.
The man pictured has yet to be identified and is still wanted for questioning. He may or may not attend the match at Luton but police are asking the public to be vigilant and to report any sightings of him.
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Police launched Operation Hartford to ensure that they were identified and arrested.
Police said furniture and glasses were thrown during the violent disorder and a number of people were physically assaulted. Two women were treated at hospital for minor injuries caused by flying glass. The disturbance also spilled out into High Street and Firth Road, Lincoln.
The officer trying to trace the man pictured is the Lincolnshire Police football liaison officer PC Andy Pearson.
He said: “Operation Hartford is a post match investigation into a violent confrontation that took place before the Lincoln City v Luton Town Blue Square Premier League fixture on October 6 last year.
“Lincolnshire Police will continue to be proactive in dealing with any incidents of football related disorder and work closely with Lincoln City Football Club to ensure that the local community remains a safe and welcoming place.”
The next game between the two clubs is due to take place on Saturday, September 21.
Contact Andy by calling 999 or the non emergency 101 number.
Alternatively you can call independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on: 0800 555 111.