Men bailed following death at Wembley Stadium
Detectives treating death as murder
Six men arrested following the death of a football fan outside Wembley Stadium have been bailed.
Michael Dye, 44, from Cardiff, died after he was attacked before the England versus Wales Euro 2012 qualifier match on Tuesday.
The father-of-three was found with head injuries outside Gate C of the venue.
Six men, between their late 20s and early 40s and all believed to be Wales supporters, were arrested inside the ground in connection with the death. They have been bailed to return on dates in November.
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Acting Detective Chief Inspector Sheila Stewart, officer leading the investigation, said: “I would appeal to anyone who witnessed the incident involving Mr Dye to please come forward.
“It was understandably busy and I’m sure there must be lots of people who can assist the investigation.”
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