Police appeal for information following Aberdeen vs Rangers game

Police are appealing for information on this man
Police are appealing for information on this man

Police are appealing for information on a man following trouble at the Aberdeen vs Rangers game that was played in September.

Police Scotland have appealed for the help of the public after a male was struck by two chairs during the recent Aberdeen FC v Rangers FC at Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen, at about 2.50 pm on Sunday September 25.

The male was uninjured from the incident.

Police believe the male pictured may have information pertaining to this incident.

Constable Stuart Hache, the Enquiry Officer, said: "We have conducted a number of enquiries into this incident and believe the male may have important information pertaining to this enquiry.

"I would urge anyone with information relating to the male depicted in the CCTV images to make contact with the Police and pass on that information."

Police can be contacted on 101, or if you prefer to remain anonymous you can direct your call to Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.