Police release photos of 10 wanted after final Wembley Euro chaos
Detectives have released photos of 10 men wanted for violence in the England-Italy clash at Wembley Stadium.
Met police released the snaps after chaos marred the Euro 2020 final in London last Sunday.
Ticketless fans attempted to storm the stadium to watch the game.
Police are investigating the unrest outside the stadium and central London, where thousands gathered after England was defeated.
Last Sunday, detectives went through hundreds of hours of CCTV and video content focused on the body of Wembley Stadium and other key locations.
Senior officers say the “meticulous” investigation will continue to identify other persons of interest or other offenses that may have occurred.
Detective Sergeant Matt Simpson of the Met’s Public Order Crime Team has called for the public’s help in locating the ten men.
He said: ‘After the chaos at Wembley Stadium and in central London, we are committed to ensuring that those responsible bear the consequences.
“Today’s action is taken to help identify those who we believe have questions to answer. If you know who they are, you are welcome to contact us as soon as possible. “
He added: “This investigation is still in its early stages and I have no doubt that more appeals and arrests will follow.
“We also continue to support police action across the UK to identify those responsible for racist and offensive comments posted on social media.”
Nineteen police officers were injured in ugly scenes before, during and after the final which England lost to Italy on penalties.
Scenes of fan brawls in the lobby after the match sparked widespread fury.
Three England players have suffered gruesome racial abuse on social media after missing their penalties.
Marcus Rashford, Bukayo Saka and Jadon Sancho have been the target of hateful comments.
Their abuse sparked a new national conversation about the racist targeting of sports stars, as players and their supporters spoke out against the abuse.
Anyone who can identify people in the images is encouraged to call 101 or tweet @MetCC, quoting 7858 / 16JUL and providing the reference number on the affected image.
Information may also be provided to Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.