警察官がイングランドの試合外で暴行した後の4人の逮捕

イングランドの前にウォルバーハンプトンスタジアムの外で「挑発されていない」攻撃で警官が無意識にノックされた後、4人が逮捕されました 4-0 defeat to Hungary

  • A PC was assaulted outside Molineux before the England-Hungary game
  • The officer was knocked unconscious after being struck from behind
  • West Midlands Police have arrested four men on suspicion of assaulting the PC
  • Police said the atmosphere ahead of last night’s game was ‘generally good
  • Four people have been arrested after a police officer was hospitalised last night after he was attacked outside Molineux Stadium in Wolverhampton ahead of England’s humiliation at the hands of ハンガリー.

    The PC, who is a member of West Midlands Football Unitwas behind the Stan Cullis stand when he was attacked at around 7.25pm.

    A spokesperson for West Midlands Police said: ‘It’s understood he was approached from behind by a group of men on a grassed area and hit in the side of the head.

    ‘He was knocked unconscious, suffered a head injury, and was taken to hospital for an assessment and treatment.

    West Midlands Police are appealing for information after one of their officers was assaulted outside Wolverhampton Wanderers' Molineux stadium ahead of England's Nations League defeat to Hungary

    West Midlands Police are appealing for information after one of their officers was assaulted outside Wolverhampton WanderersMolineux stadium ahead of England’s Nations League defeat to Hungary

    Police said that fans were mostly in good humour before the match and are appealing for anyone who witnessed their officer being assaulted to come forward

    Police said that fans were mostly in good humour before the match and are appealing for anyone who witnessed their officer being assaulted to come forward

    ‘Our officer remains in hospital and we wish him a speedy recovery.

    Police said they are reviewing the officers body-worn video camera and CCTV footage of the area to find those responsible.

    これまでのところ, four men aged 18, 19, 20 そして 21 have been arrested on suspicion of assault and are being held for questioning.

    Detective Inspector Kate Longbottom, who is leading the CID investigation into the attack said: ‘We’ve spoken to some witnesses but potentially many more people were in the area and saw what happened or the offenders running off.

    ‘We really need to speak to them as they could have important information; I would ask them to get in touch as a matter of urgency.

    ‘There was a good atmosphere in the build-up to the game, high spirits and lots of families enjoying the occasion. That’s what made this assault even more shocking as it appears to have been totally unprovoked.

    Anyone with information on the attack is asked to use the Live Chat box on the website or calling 101 quoting log 1554 6月から 14.