Fans Arrested At Rangers Queen Of the South Game

Four supporters were arrested at the Queen of the South-Rangers football match on Sunday, with police warning that more could face charges.

Match commander David McCallum said the majority of fans were ``very well behaved'' but four arrests were made at Palmerston Park in Dumfries for ``a variety of minor offences''.

Police said an 18-year-old man was arrested over public order offences committed while a banner was being removed from advertising hoardings by stewards.

A force spokesman said: ``The content of the banner was not in question and a number of other banners were displayed in a manner which did not contravene ground rules.

``An investigation is currently ongoing to identify a number of others who were present at this time.''

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