POLICE are hunting six football fans after hooliganism at a South Yorkshire derby.
Officers have released CCTV stills of supporters they believe may be able to help with their investigation into trouble which broke out when Barnsley FC played Sheffield Wednesday in December.
South Yorkshire Police said fans inside the Oakwell Stadium ground hurled missiles at rival supporters.
The force has not confirmed whether the males - two of them young teenagers - were home fans or in the away end, but said one they want to trace was wearing a Barnsley shirt under a jacket.
A South Yorkshire Police spokeswoman said: “Police in Barnsley have released CCTV images of six men they would like to speak to regarding alleged disorder and anti-social behaviour that took place at Barnsley’s Oakwell Stadium.”
All the fans on the CCTV stills are white, of average build, with short hair.
Person one is described as about 6ft and aged between 17 and 22. On the day of the match he was wearing a dark hooded jacket and jeans.
The second man is aged 35 to 45, between 5ft 9in and 6ft, and was wearing a cream coloured hooded jacked and a dark baseball cap.
Person three is aged 18 to 25, between 5ft 9in and 6ft, and was wearing a green hooded jacket with a fur trim.
The fourth man is aged between 35 and 45, between 5ft 9in and 6ft, and was wearing a black hooded jacket with a red Barnsley FC home shirt beneath.
The two other supporters could be as young as 14 or 15.
Person five is thought to be aged between 14 and 16, between 5ft 4in and 5ft 6in, and was wearing a blue hooded sports top and black and yellow Adidas tracksuit bottoms.
The sixth is described as aged between 15 and 18, between 5ft 6in and 5ft 9in. He was wearing a sports top and a black body warmer.
* Anyone with information is asked to call South Yorkshire Police on 101.