The club can confirm we are supporting Devon and Cornwall Police in relation to a public order incident which occurred at St James Park on Saturday 7 May.
A police statement said: “Police are investigating an incident of public order which happened at a football match between Exeter City and Port Vale at St James Park, Exeter on Saturday 7 May.
At the final whistle, both sets of supporters entered the field of play and were kept apart by police and stewards. Both sides reportedly threw objects at each other including smoke bombs, coins, bottles, and a metal spanner, all of which could have caused serious injury.
Police are trying to identify the males pictured as they may be able to assist officers with their investigation.
If anyone has information, please contact police via 101 or email email@example.com quoting log number 251 03/05/22.
Alternatively call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”
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Exeter City Football Club reminds supporters that appropriate action will be taken against anyone found to have breached EFL and/or stadium regulations.