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Bristol: Alleged Rovers Match Hate Crime
Police in Bristol have released an image of a man they want to speak to about an alleged hate crime at a Rovers match.
Dartford's goalkeeper, Jason Brown, claims he was repeatedly abused in the second half of the Vanarama Conference fixture at the Memorial Stadium on Tuesday, 7th October.
Police say he reported it to the referee, which led to stewards ejecting a man from the ground.
Investigators say they are working with the club and FA and will not tolerate football-related violence or anti-social behaviour.
Over the past 18 months, Avon and Somerset Police have imposed more than 100 football banning orders.
Anyone who know the man in the image, or has any information about what happened, is asked to call the football liaison team at Bridewell police station on 101 .
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