Alleged Chelsea fans at St Pancras Station
Men thought to be Chelsea fans allegedly sung racist chants at St Pancras Station BTP

Police are after more Chelsea supporters in relation to racist chanting - this time for an incident at St Pancras Station which occurred 24 hours after a black man called Souleymane was shoved off the Paris Metro by abusive football fans.

British Transport Police have released images of seven men they want to identify following racist chanting at St Pancras International railway station on 18 February, 2015. This was just 24 hours after a similar incident on the Paris Metro, and shortly before Chelsea's Champions League clash with Paris Saint Germain.

Detective Sergeant Steven Graysmark said: "I want anyone who knows the men in the photographs to come forward. I believe the seven, thought to be Chelsea fans, can help us with the investigation. Do you know any of the men in the images? If so, please contact BTP."

The appeal comes after three men were identified by the Metropolitan Police as having links with the incident in Paris.

One of the men, Richard Barklie, 50, of Carrickfergus, County Antrim, has since apologised for his part in the racism but denied chanting "we're racist, we're racist, and that's the way we like it".

Anyone with information on the St Pancras incident should contact British Transport Police, on 0800 405040, or by text, on 61016, quoting reference B8/ESUB of 24 February 2015. Information can also be passed anonymously to independent charity Crimestoppers, on 0800 555111.

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Police identified three suspects believed to have been involved in the racist incident Source: Met Police