AN APPEAL has been issued to help identify four more individuals in connection to incidents that occurred at a Wrexham AFC match last month.

Coins and bottles were thrown at Torquay United supporters during their National League match against Wrexham AFC on October 30, which ended in a 1-1 draw at The Racecourse.

The Torquay United Supporters Trust said that eyewitness accounts told of several people being hit - including 'one lady hit on the head by a bottle, another by a coin on the side of the head, a man had a cut below an eye from a coin while a child was left frightened and bleeding from coins on the back of his head'.

Twelve people have already been banned by Wrexham AFC following the incidents and a number of season tickets have been revoked.

North Wales Police are now appealing for assistance in identifying four more individuals in connection to that match, which was the first home game attended by Hollywood owners Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds.

North Wales Police Dedicated Football Officer, PC Dave Evans said: "Our investigations into the events of October 30 have progressed and we have worked closely with the club in the last week.

"I would urge anyone who knows the identity of these individuals to contact us.

"Additionally, if you are one of those in the images, I would urge you to do the decent thing and contact us."

CEO of Wrexham AFC, Fleur Robinson said: "We would like to thank North Wales Police for their work so far, and we are pleased we have been able to already take swift and firm action against some of those responsible for the incidents reported after the Torquay game.

"We can only reiterate that these individuals do not represent our football club and are not welcome at the Racecourse Ground.

"If you recognise anybody in the photos, please help North Wales Police with their investigation as we all continue to work together to ensure the Racecourse Ground is a safe and welcoming environment for the whole Wrexham AFC community."

Contact or on 101, quoting ref 21000769398