Appeal: Affray Incident in Hamme Strasse, Bradford
Saturday February 13, 2016
Enquiries are ongoing this evening into an affray incident following an unannounced visit by Britain First to Bradford.
Bradford District Police are conducting enquiries and reviewing CCTV following an incident on Hamm Strasse at 3.14pm in which a vehicle belonging to the group was damaged.
Another of the group's vehicles was damaged in an earlier incident on Lumb Lane at about 3pm.
Two local men aged 27 and 29 were arrested on suspicion of affray in connection with the Hamme Strasse incident and are in custody.
Superintendent Damien Miller of Bradford District Police, said: “Enquiries are continuing this evening into this affray following the unannounced arrival of around 30 Britain First members to Bradford this afternoon (13/ 02)
“The group visited Darley Street and Lumb Lane but did not parade. They were monitored throughout by West Yorkshire Police and issued with dispersal notices requiring them to leave the county.
“We continue to hold two men in custody for questioning following an attack on a vehicle brought by the group and we have recovered extensive CCTV footage which we are reviewing this evening.
“I would ask anyone who saw the attacks on vehicles on both Hamme Strasse and Lumb Lane to contact Bradford District Police on 101. Information can also be passed anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”