Glasgow Rangers: Police make four more arrests over Rangers fans disorder in Glasgow city centre

Police Scotland has announced four further arrests in connection with disorder in Glasgow’s George Square on the day Rangers lifted the league trophy – taking the total of those arrested to 53.

The most recent arrests are three men, aged 37, 31, and 28, and a 29-year-old woman.

They have been charged and released on an undertaking to appear in court at a later date.

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A dedicated inquiry team was set up following large scale disorder during which there were 47 injuries to police officers.

The police have published CCTV images of those they want to trace.

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Police have arrested more than 50 people in connection with disorder in Glasgow’s George Square.

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