POLICE are still hunting for five people they think were linked to football disorder in Huddersfield.
Detectives revealed last week that 31 people had been arrested following violent scenes in Huddersfield on Saturday May 19 – the day of the Championship play-off final.
The arrests come after CCTV images of suspected hooligans were released to the public.
The identities of five men are still unknown so police have today released their images in the hope that someone will recognise them.
The violence kicked off at Westgate and around the Hart Pub at Market Street.
It then continued in the railway station before spilling on to the tracks.
Several men chased each other through the platforms and eventually down the track towards Deighton, causing 61 trains to be delayed and seven to be cancelled altogether.
The disruption caused nearly 15 hours worth of delays and cost thousands in lost earnings.
Police believe fans of Huddersfield Town, Bradford City and Leeds United were involved in the disorder.
The men arrested range in age from 15 to 47 and come from the Huddersfield, Leeds, Bradford, Wakefield and Selby areas.
Ten of the 31 come from the Huddersfield area.
Acting Det Sgt Nick Doyle of Huddersfield CID said: “Thanks to the public, we have now arrested 31 men who we believe were involved in the football disorder.
“We still need help identifying five people and we anticipate further arrests will take place.
“We want to send out a clear message to so-called fans who want to cause trouble that it will not be tolerated and we will take action to put a stop to them.”
Anyone who recognises any of the people shown in the CCTV images is asked to contact Acting Det Sgt Nick Doyle on 101 quoting the reference number of the image in the caption above.