Police release CCTV of Wigan Athletic fans after mass brawl away at Plymouth

By Seamus McDonnell

Police have released CCTV following a mass brawl at a Wigan Athletic game against Plymouth Argyle.

Officers think all 15 of the men pictured are Latics fans and want to talk to them as part of their investigation.

Devon and Cornwall Police say around 30 people were involved in clashes inside and outside of the Barn Park at Stand at Plymouth's Home Park on Saturday 27 November.

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In December police released images of a number of men they understood to be Plymouth Argyle fans and urged the public to identify them, Plymouth Live reports.

Police say around 30 people were involved in fights around the stadium and want to speak to the men pictured here (Devon and Cornwall Police)

A police spokesperson said: "A large disorder involving more than 30 men took place between fans from both teams, both inside and outside the ground, which included objects such as bottles and coins being thrown.

"Police have already interviewed 20 people regarding the incident and would like to hear from anyone who witnessed it or was injured during it.

Police have released images of 15 people thought to be Wigan fans (Devon and Cornwall Police)

"Police investigating the incident would like to identify the 15 men pictured, as they believe they may be able to assist with their enquiries."

Wigan won the game, beating Plymouth 2-1.

Anyone who can assist police, should contact them on 101 or email 101@dc.police.uk quoting log number 206 of 26/11/21.

Alternatively call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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