Police have released a picture of a man they wish to speak to in relation to disorder following a gathering on the waterfront to celebrate Liverpool's Premier League title win.
Thousands of people arrived in the Pier Head area of the city centre on June 26 to mark the reds' historic tittle win.
Late on Friday trouble flared in the Pier Head area.
Police launched a major investigation into a number of criminal offences that were committed on the night.
The force has now released a picture of a man they wish to speak to in relation to disorder in the city on June 26.
The ECHO understand's that police want to speak to the man in relation of a video which showed a group of men appearing to snort a white powder from a police officer's hat.
A police spokesman said: "We would like to speak to the man pictured and urge the public to get in touch if they recognise him."
Yesterday police arrested a 23-year-old Liverpool man on suspicion of theft.
He was taken to custody and has now been released under investigation, along with a 24 year old man who was arrested on Friday.
On Friday police released the pictures of 13 people they wish to speak to in relation to the trouble that happened on the night of June 26.
The ECHO understand that the pictures released on Friday were also in relation to the video of yobs gathered around a police officer's hat.
The trouble that flared in the city centre on the night of June 26 has been met with widespread condemnation.
Peter Moore, the chief executive of Liverpool FC, said that 'words failed him" when speaking about the scenes.
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