WREXHAM AFC are appealing for witnesses after a report of a criminal offence being committed during the second-half of the match away to Accrington Stanley.

Match officials have reported that missiles were thrown from the away terrace at Accrington goalkeeper Jon McCracken.

The action of a very small minority of attendees could have a big impact on the football club, in the form of potential disciplinary action, increased policing costs and reduced ticket allocations for future games.

A club spokesperson said: "We have a zero-tolerance approach to unacceptable behaviour at Wrexham AFC matches, home or away.


"We have been delighted by the fantastic support we have received this season and would like to thank all involved for that.

"However, we would like to remind all people attending matches that anybody found guilty of engaging in unacceptable behaviour will face the strictest punishments available to us as a football club."

The club is now asking any supporters with information that may assist them and the police with their enquiries to contact the club on info@wrexhamafc.co.uk.