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Two Adolescents Are Accused Of Stealing Things From Wembley Stadium In The Run Up To The Euro 2020 Final

Two teens have been accused with stealing things from Wembley Stadium in order to gain unauthorized admission to the venue during the Euro 2020 final.
The Metropolitan Police have charged Yusaf Amin, 18, of Clifford Road, Newham, and Dalha Mohamad, 18, of Anglian Road, Waltham Forest, with stealing.
The two will appear at Willesden Magistrates Court on July 30 after being charged via postal requisition.
Two teens have been accused with stealing things from Wembley Stadium in order to gain unauthorized admission to the venue during the Euro 2020 final.
Supporters at Wembley Stadium on the night of the final are pictured.
Police released photos of ten people they wanted to question in connection with the violence that marred the Euro 2020 final at Wembley earlier this week.
Detectives discovered the photographs from the stadium and Central London after combing through hundreds of hours of CCTV and police bodycam footage.
The Metropolitan Police, which has been chastised for its handling of the incident, has stated that individuals responsible for the appalling acts of violence would be brought to justice.
Two Wembley stewards were also arrested for allegedly attempting to sell Euro final tickets for PS4,500, according to police.
Up to 5,000 ticketless fans, many of whom were inebriated or on drugs, may have forced their way into the final between England and Italy, it was reported earlier this week.
With only 60,000 seats available for England’s first major final in 55 years, those involved knew there would be vacant seats and devised a range of strategies to gain access to the stadium.
Tailgating ticket holders through turnstiles, pushing open exit doors and disabled entrances, and bribing security personnel to let them in were among the tactics used.
Andy Trotter, a former Met deputy assistant commissioner, characterized the Wembley images as “a disgrace on our country’s credibility” last week.
Fans trashed the gates at Wembley Stadium on the day of the Euro 2020 final, and current deputy assistant commissioner Jane Connors stated the game may have been called off if police hadn’t intervened.
Following the match, some England players were subjected to racial abuse, which tainted the match’s aftermath.
It caused the government to announce that the parameters of the football banning order system will be changed to include internet racism.
Five people have been arrested since the final because of their suspected social media postings.
According to the United Kingdom Football Police Unit, 897 football-related events and 264 arrests were recorded around the country in the 24-hour period preceding the final as of June 13.
The total number of football-related incidents and arrests during the tournament now stands at 2,344, with 630 arrests.

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