Riots: riots after VfL game: fan faces the Bochum police

After a cup was thrown, VfL’s game against Gladbach was abandoned in March. Now a fan was wanted who threw a bucket at the police

The riots at the Bundesliga game of VfL Bochum versus Moenchengladbach lead to another public manhunt. On Thursday morning, the Bochum police used photos to look for a football fan who is said to have attacked police officers in the Ruhr Stadium on the evening of March 18.

Riots after the game VfL Gladbach game: Bochum police are looking for witnesses

A supporter of the visiting club is said to have thrown a garbage can from a municipal waste disposal company from inside the stadium over a fence at police officers shortly after 10:30 p.m., the police said. The police managed to avoid the bin.

The police have now published five photos from surveillance cameras via the nationwide search portal. In the afternoon, a 31-year-old suspect turned himself in to the police.

The game was after one momentous beer mug toss of a football fan to an assistant referee. the Bochum public prosecutor consequently brought charges against a 38-year-old man from Bochum.

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