Tyne-Wear derby disorder: Arrests total 106

Police in Newcastle Some of the CCTV images have been re-released in an effort to trace those who have not been identified

A total of 106 people have been arrested after football fans clashed with police after the Tyne-Wear derby.

Four officers were injured and 29 people were arrested following the 3-0 defeat at St James' Park on 14 April. Five have so far been charged.

A further 77 people have now been arrested and bailed on suspicion of violent disorder.

Northumbria Police released about 90 CCTV images from Newcastle city centre in an effort to trace those involved.

Some of the images have now been released again to try and trace the remaining suspects.

All of those arrested are subject to bail conditions preventing them from attending Newcastle, Sunderland, Middlesbrough and England matches, Northumbria Police said.

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