Police say train passengers should not be affected by a planned EDL demonstration in Bradford this weekend.
Rail passengers are being warned to keep their valuables safe. British Transport Police has released films to show the most common pickpocketing tactics after a 16% rise in thefts on trains.
Images of a man police want to speak to have today been released after a member of staff from Huddersfield railway station was assaulted.
British Transport Police officers are keen to speak to the man, who was at the station at the time of the incident, at 9pm on Tuesday, 16 July.
PC Sam Bloomfield, said: “A man, in the company of a younger man, who we believe may have been his son, was attempting to enter the station to travel without a ticket.
“He was challenged by a member of staff who asked him to purchase a ticket or leave the station on a number of occasions.
“As he left the station he spat a mouthful of biscuits he was eating at the staff member, a 37-year-old man from Wakefield, then threw the biscuit packet at him, striking him in the chest. The man also threw his phone at the victim but missed. "
Anyone with information is asked to contact British Transport Police on Freefone** 0800 40 50 40** or text 61016** quoting referenceB5/NEA of 07/08/2013**. Alternatively, information can be passed to the independent charity, Crimestoppers, anonymously on 0800 555 111.
British Transport Police officers have released an image of a woman they would like to speak to in connection with the theft of a number of items from a Whistlestop shop in Wakefield railway station on Monday, 10 June.
Police Constable John Moses, the investigating officer said, “At around 3.45pm, a man and women entered the shop at the station. The woman then took a number of items from the shelves before attempting to leave without paying.
"She was challenged by staff from the shop, who managed to retrieve a number of items from her, before she fled with alcohol and food and ran off towards the town centre. If you recognise the woman pictured, or know her whereabouts, then please get in touch.”
British Transport Police are appealing for information after six people have had their bank cards stolen and money spent on them from a bar in Leeds in May.
They have released images of two men they want to speak to in connection with the incidents, which occurred at the Stone Roses Bar in Leeds.
Detective Constable Tom Eastwood is leading the investigation. He said: “We have received several reports of people attending the nightclub and discovering that their credit or debit card is missing during the night.
“Cash withdrawals and transactions both online and in shops, have then been made on these cards in Leeds and London, some of which have totalled nearly £1,000.
“We believe the victims were watched entering their PIN details when making purchases at the bar, and then had their cards stolen."
“If anyone recognises these men, or knows their whereabouts, then please get in touch.”
Anyone with information should call British Transport Police** onFreefone 0800 40 50 40** or text 61016** quoting B3/NEA of **
British Transport Police investigators are appealing for the public's help after an object was thrown at a train window shattering the driver's side window.
Two youths were seen standing on the bridge near South Elmsall station on Thursday, May 30th, just after 9pm. The bridge is thought to lead from Beaumont Avenue to Minsthorpe Vale.
Anyone with information should contact British Transport Police** by calling Freefone 0800 40 50 40** or texting 61016 quoting B4/NEA of 07/06/2013. Alternatively, contact the independent charity,Crimestoppers,** anonymously on 0800 555 111**
The British Transport Police is appealing for information after a man racially abused and spat in the face of a taxi driver outside Leeds railway station.
Officers have released an image of a man they believe can help with enquiries into the incident on Friday, 17 May, at 11.15pm.
PC David Smith the investigating officer said: “The taxi driver, a 35-year-old Asian man from Keighley, was waiting outside the station for a previously booked fare when a man approached his car offering him money to take him to the Farsley area of Leeds.
When the driver refused, the man began to racially abuse him before throwing a sandwich he was eating at the car. He then spat in the drivers face before making off.
PC Smith added: “This was a despicable attack on a man who was simply trying to do his job. We will not tolerate violating behaviour and racial abuse such as this, and we will always seek to trace and convict anyone who engages in this unacceptable behaviour.”
Anyone with information should call British Transport Police** on0800 40 50 40** or via text on 61016, quoting B2/NEA** of 30/05/2013, or call the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on0800 555 111**.
British Transport Police have released a statement after a woman was struck by a train at Adwick Station. The train was a London to Leeds service.