Two teenagers charged for stealing items from Wembley Stadium

Two teenagers are charged with stealing items from Wembley Stadium in a bid to give fans unauthorised access to the arena during Euro 2020 最後の

  • Yusaf Amin, 18, and Dalha Mohamad, 18, charged with theft say Met Police
  • 二つ, ロンドンから, due to appear at Willesden MagistratesCourt on July 30
  • Police last week released images of fans following violence outside Wembley
  • They also arrested two men on suspicion of attempting to sell passes to stadium
  • Two teenagers have been charged in connection with the theft of items from Wembley Stadium in a bid to give fans unauthorised access to the stadium during the Euro 2020 最後の.

    Yusaf Amin, 18, of Clifford Road, Newham and Dalha Mohamad, 18, of Anglian Road, Waltham Forest, have been charged with theft by the Metropolitan Police.

    二つ, who were charged via postal requisition, are due to appear at Willesden Magistrates’ Court on July 30.

    Two teenagers have been charged in connection with the theft of items from Wembley Stadium in a bid to give fans unauthorised access to the stadium during the Euro 2020 最後の. 写真: Fans at Wembley Stadium on the night of the final.

    Two teenagers have been charged in connection with the theft of items from Wembley Stadium in a bid to give fans unauthorised access to the stadium during the Euro 2020 最後の. 写真: Fans at Wembley Stadium on the night of the final.

    Earlier this week police released photographs of ten people they wanted to speak in connection with the violence that marred the Euro 2020 ウェンブリーで決勝.

    The images from the stadium and Central London were found by detectives after they scoured hundreds of hours of CCTV and police bodycam footage.

    警視庁, which has come in for stinging criticism over its handling of the event, said it will bring those responsible for shocking scenes of violence to justice.

    Police also said they had arrested two Wembley stewards for allegedly trying to sell passes to the Euro final for £4,500.

    It was revealed earlier this week that up to 5,000 ticketless fans – many drunk or on drugs – may have forced their way into the final between England and Italy.

    With capacity for England’s first major final for 55 years limited to 60,000, those involved knew there would be empty seats so deployed a series of tactics to sneak into the stadium.

    These included tailgating those with tickets through turnstiles, forcing open exit doors and disabled entrances, and bribing security guards to let them in.

    Former Met deputy assistant commissioner Andy Trotter last week described the Wembley scenes as ‘a stain on our country’s reputation’.

    Pictured fans trash gates at Wembley Stadium on the day of the Euro 2020 final at Wembley Stadium

    Pictured fans trash gates at Wembley Stadium on the day of the Euro 2020 final at Wembley Stadium

    And current deputy assistant commissioner Jane Connors said the final could have been abandoned if police had not stepped in.

    The racial abuse of some England players following the match also marred its aftermath.

    It prompted the Government to announce it is changing the terms of the football banning order regime to cover online racism.

    Since the final, five people have been arrested over their alleged social media posts.

    6月現在 13, 897 football related incidents and 264 arrests had been recorded across the country in the 24-hour period surrounding the final, according to the United Kingdom Football Policing Unit.

    That took the number of football related incidents during the tournament to 2,344, and arrests to 630.