POLICE probing the trashing of a London ambulance car after an England World Cup match have now questioned four people.

The suspects - including 21-year-old Scottish woman Larissa Bell - are waiting to hear if they will face criminal charges.

The ambulance was smashed up when booze-fuelled yobs went wild on Borough High Street, near London Bridge station, after England beat Sweden in the World Cup quarter final in Russia on Saturday July 7th.

Larissa, from East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire, was spending a weekend in London with friends when she was pictured being cheered as she dancing on top of the ambulance car.

She is one of four people, along with two 25-year-old men and a 26-year-old man to be questioned by Scotland Yard detectives, although none of them were formally arrested.

A Scotland Yard spokeswoman said: “Detectives investigating a report of criminal damage after a London Ambulance Service vehicle was damaged in Borough High Street have interviewed four people under caution.

"Police were called at around 5pm on Saturday July 7th to reports of a large group of people disrupting traffic in Borough High Street.

"A London Ambulance Service vehicle was damaged. The windows of the vehicle were also smashed.

"Detectives from Southwark are investigating. No arrests have been made. Enquiries continue."

The London Ambulance rapid response car had to be taken out of service for repairs after being left with a shattered windscreen and major dents to the bonnet.

London Ambulance Service condemned the incident, tweeting: “We’re delighted with the result, but this has put a big dampener on the celebrations for us.

“While our officer attended a call nearby, this car was damaged in Borough High Street during the celebrations after the game – it’s now off the road to be repaired.”

Disgusted football fans responded to the images by raising thousands to repair the ambulance via social media.

Millwall supporters raised £10,000 for the Ambulance Service after footage of the incident went viral.

A Skoda dealership also offered to repair the vehicle free-of-charge, so the money raised went instead towards restoring a historic 1965 ambulance.

London Ambulance Service chief executive Garrett Emmerson said: “We were very humbled by these two acts of generosity, from the Millwall FC Supporters’ Club and from Rainworth Skoda.

“The Millwall Supporters’ Club fundraising campaign, and the money donated from people across the world means a lot to me and everyone at London Ambulance Service.

“We were also very grateful to Skoda for their generosity in repairing the car so it can be back on the road quickly, going to those in need.”