MORE CCTV stills have been released by Cleveland Police as they continue their investigation into crime and disorder at the Middlesbrough FC v Sheffield United match in August.

Officers would like to trace the fans in the images that are still to be identified.

Last Thursday, colleagues from South Yorkshire Police arrested five people on Cleveland Police’s behalf in connection with alleged offences at the match.

A number of officers from Cleveland Police travelled to South Yorkshire to interview the men, and all five were charged with various offences including assault, public order and football related offences.

The arrests followed activity earlier that week when five Sheffield United fans voluntarily attended police stations in the South Yorkshire Police force area for questioning on crime and disorder at the same football match.

The five males were all reported for summons and applications will be made for football banning orders.

Officers will be on duty at tomorrow’s game at the Riverside and anyone with information regarding the identity of those in the stills can approach them or, alternatively, call Cleveland Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or