Two men, both 18, are arrested for helping ticketless fans storm Wembley before ...

Two men, both 18, are arrested for helping ticketless fans storm Wembley before ...
Two men, both 18, are arrested for helping ticketless fans storm Wembley before ...
Two men, both 18, are arrested for helping ticketless fans storm Wembley before Euro 2020 final as ex Met Police chief calls chaos 'a stain on our country's reputation' Both men, from Ilford and Newham are suspected of taking items and sharing them with others to allow them to get into Wembley for the Euro 2020 final  Investigators have refused to disclose the nature of the objects allegedly stolen  Former Met Deputy Assistant Commissioner Andy Trotter said fans behaviour at the Wembley final between England and Italy last weekend was 'disgusting' 

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of stealing items which helped football fans without tickets to storm Wembley Stadium on the night of the Euro 2020 final. 

Metropolitan Police has said the men, both 18, are suspected of taking items and sharing them with others to allow them to get into Wembley to see England face off against Italy in the final. 

Investigators have refused to disclose the nature of the objects that were allegedly stolen. 

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It comes after police pledged to investigate offences by fans in the build up to the final last weekend, which resulted in a breach of security at Wembley Stadium.

It comes after police pledged to investigate offences by fans in the build up to the final last weekend, which resulted in a breach of security at Wembley Stadium.

The men, from Ilford and Newham, have been released under police investigation for theft. 

It comes after police pledged to investigate offences by fans in the build up to the final last weekend, which resulted in a breach of security at Wembley Stadium. 

Footage showed hoards of fans streaming up Wembley's outer stairwells ahead of the match on Sunday evening. 

Security were seen 'tackling people to

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