Appeal follows violent scenes after Moray football match

Crowd trouble was caught on camera after Elgin City game.

SEVERAL VIDEOS POSTED on social media sites since Saturday’s Scottish Cup clash between Elgin City and Premiership side Inverness Caledonian Thistle have prompted an appeal by police.

The videos show fighting purported to be by rival fans at the entrance to the tunnel crossing under the A96 to the centre of town.

While around 4000 attended the game at Borough Briggs there were no arrests or reported disturbances at the game itself.

However, in light of the videos officers have now launched an enquiry and are asking for help from the public.

Divisional Commander for Moray, Chief Inspector Stewart Mackie, said: “We have been made aware of the videos circulating on social media from after the game and would encourage anyone with information to contact police as soon as possible on 101.”