Police have appealed for information after crowd trouble marred last week's game between Ebbsfleet United and Bromley FC.

An element of the Bromley support was said to be the source of the problem as property and cars were damaged in and around the Stonebridge Road ground during and after the Vanarama Conference South game on Tuesday February 17.

Police say they were called to Station Road, by Northfleet Station, at around 10pm following reports of a disturbance and criminal damage being caused to vehicles.

It was reported a group of around 40 people were walking towards the railway station when the damage was caused.

No arrests have been made and enquiries are ongoing.

Police Sergeant Carli Deacon, of the community safety unit, said: "Officers responded to the reports and stayed in the area until the group of people had dispersed to prevent any further issues from arising.

"The next day police community support officers visited the area to speak with victims and local residents to provide further reassurance and to carry out enquiries.

"At this stage it is thought around 12 vehicles were damaged in the incident on Tuesday evening.

"I would encourage any witnesses who have not already spoken to police to get in touch as you may be able to help with our ongoing enquiries."

Witnesses or anyone with information is asked to contact Police Constable Reggie Dix at Kent Police by calling 01474 366213.