Man bailed over 'attack' on Leyton Orient's Jamie Jones

A Swindon Town fan confronts Leyton Orient's Romian Vincelot during the match at the County Ground, Swindon
Image caption A Swindon Town fan arrested for pitch invasion and affray has been released on bail pending further inquiries

A man arrested after Leyton Orient goalkeeper Jamie Jones appeared to be attacked has been released on bail.

Wiltshire Police said the suspect, 26, was originally held on suspicion of pitch invasion and then further arrested on suspicion of affray.

The man, from the Newbury area, was arrested at the County Ground during the Swindon Town game on Saturday.

The Football Association is to speak to officials from both clubs before deciding whether to take any action.

In a statement, Swindon Town FC said it was working with the police and the suspect had been suspended indefinitely until the conclusion of the legal process.

"There is no place at the County Ground for so-called supporters who find this sort of behaviour acceptable," it said.

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