Police release images of men wanted in connection with destruction of Colchester bus stop following England World Cup match

They have spoken to seven men in connection with the investigation and are now releasing images of f

They have spoken to seven men in connection with the investigation and are now releasing images of further people we want to speak to as part of their enquiries Picture: ESSEX POLICE - Credit: Archant

Do you recognise these men? Essex Police would like to speak to them after a bus stop was destroyed following England’s World Cup clash against Sweden.

They have spoken to seven men in connection with the investigation and are now releasing images of f

They have spoken to seven men in connection with the investigation and are now releasing images of further people we want to speak to as part of their enquiries Picture: ESSEX POLICE - Credit: Archant

Officers investigating the criminal damage have spoken to seven men in connection to the incident and have now released images more people they wish to speak to.

The bus shelter, in Head Street, was damaged on the afternoon of Saturday, July 7, following England’s quarter-final win.

The damage to the bus shelter was estimated to have cost a four figure sum to repair.

If you know these men or have any information about the criminal damage, contact PC Anna Collins in the Colchester Community Policing Team on 101, quoting reference 42/97142/18.

They have spoken to seven men in connection with the investigation and are now releasing images of f

They have spoken to seven men in connection with the investigation and are now releasing images of further people we want to speak to as part of their enquiries Picture: ESSEX POLICE - Credit: Archant


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