Police appeal after train attacks

Police have issued an appeal for help after passengers were assaulted on board a train in February.

The area of the attack is a bit beyond the normal scope of this site yet this was a particularly violent incident and some readers may recognise them. One man had his tooth broken after being punched in the face and another suffered a broken nose.

The three suspects

The three attacked passengers at 7:42am (yes, in the morning) on Sunday 10th February on a Southern train near West Norwood.

The train was running from London Bridge via Tulse Hill.

Anyone with information can contact British Transport Police by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40.

Another way to give information anonymously is to call Crimestoppers  on 0800 555 111.


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J Smith

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