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Police appeal after flare injures fan at Inverness Caledonian Thistle v Dundee United match

By Philip Murray

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Police news (stock image).
Police news (stock image).

Police have appealed for information after revealing that a fan was injured by a flare during Caley Thistle's evening match against Dundee United last week.

The incident occurred at around 8.50pm on Friday, January 12 within the North Stand of the Caledonian Stadium.

Appealing for witnesses, a police spokesperson said: "[We] are appealing for information in relation to an incident whereby a pyrotechnic was set alight and thrown, causing injury to a member of the public.

"The incident occurred about 8.50pm on Friday within the North Stand of Caledonian Stadium, Inverness.

"Anything with information please call 101 or attend at Burnett Road Police Station, Inverness, and quote reference number CR/0014216/24."

A Caley Thistle club spokesperson said: “We are currently assisting the police with their investigation.”

Police did not provide further details about the fan's injuries.

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