Plymouth Argyle striker Reuben Reid held in 'affray' probe

Plymouth's Reuben Reid Image copyright Getty Images
Image caption Reuben Reid scored the winning goal against Tranmere Rovers on Saturday

Plymouth Argyle striker Reuben Reid has been arrested and questioned about an alleged fight outside a nightclub.

Police were called to Oceana in Plymouth at about 02:40 BST on Sunday after a row between three men.

Police said a man was allegedly assaulted and left the scene shortly after officers arrived. Two men, aged 26 and 24, from Bristol, were arrested on suspicion of affray.

They were released on bail until 25 November.

A Devon and Cornwall police spokesman said officers were looking for a man who was allegedly assaulted. He is described as black, wearing a white T-shirt and jeans.

Reid, 26, a former striker for Rotherham United, West Bromwich Albion and Oldham Athletic, was released by Yeovil Town at the end of the season to return to Plymouth Argyle.

He scored the winning goal in the club's League Two game away to Tranmere Rovers on Saturday.

A Plymouth Argyle spokesman declined to comment on the incident.

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