Police have released images of 20 men they believe can help with inquiries into “various incidents” which occurred at a football match.
Rangers fans travelled to Kilmarnock’s Rugby Park on the opening day of the Scottish Premiership season on August 4, with many stuck outside due to printing problems with the tickets.
The away end was only about three-quarters full at kick-off, and as the game ended in dramatic fashion, some travelling supporters could be seen sitting and standing on the stadium’s stairs and entrances to the terraces.
A pitch invasion followed Connor Goldson’s 91st-minute header which secured a 2-1 victory for Rangers.
TV footage also appeared to show a number of people climbing on to the shelter above the area for disabled supporters, which collapsed as the jubilant fans celebrated the winning goal.
A statement from Police Scotland said: “Officers from Police Scotland are releasing images of 20 men who they believe may be able to assist with inquiries in relation to various incidents which occurred at Rugby Park, Kilmarnock, on August 4.
“Anyone with information about the identities of the men in the images is asked contact police at Kilmarnock via telephone number 101 quoting incident number 1856 of August 4, or e-mail the dedicated mailbox address AyrshireDVRU@scotland.pnn.police.uk.
“Alternatively, Crimestoppers can be contacted on 0800 555 111, where anonymity can be maintained.”