Over a dozen football fans have been arrested and charged in relation to crowd disorder at Rangers’ Scottish Premiership clash with Kilmarnock in August.

Fans encroached the pitch and leapt onto the roof of a shelter housing disabled fans in the aftermath of Conor Goldson’s winner for the Ibrox side in the closing moments of the season’s opening game on August 4.

The shelter collapsed, with supporters underneath being evacuated to watch the remained of the game pitchside.

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Chairman of the Rangers Disabled Supporters Club Billy Paterson said at the time it was "pure luck" that no one was seriously injured.

Police have now arrested and charged 13 individuals, the youngest of whom is 14, in connection with the incident.

Officers released CCTV images of 20 individuals they were hoping to trace in connection with the disorder last month.

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The oldest man charged for their part in the incident was 29.

A Police Scotland statement confirmed: “Reports have been sent to the Procurator Fiscal and officers are following positive lines of enquiry to trace a number of other individuals.”

“Officers would like to thank the public for their assistance with this investigation so far.”