A woman has been sexually assaulted while waiting for a train at Euston Station. The 56-year-old woman was standing near the departure boards around 9:15pm on Monday 23 September, when a man approached her. Police have released CCTV images of man they are trying to trace.
PC Dionne Lyon from British Transport Police said: "A man came up from behind and inappropriately touched her. He then tried to make a conversation with her, at which point she walked away towards a Milton Keynes-bound train.
"He followed her onto the train and began to stare at her during the journey, making her feel uncomfortable. He is also believed to have touched another woman during the train journey, before a train guard ejected him from the train at Hemel Hempstead for his behaviour."
Anyone with information is asked to contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40
British Transport Police are appealing for help in identifying a man who pushed a trolley onto tracks at Euston. It happened at about 9pm on Tuesday 6th August. A train arrived soon afterwards, but luckily no significant damage was caused.
Inspector Tyrrell says: “We are unsure as to why the man deliberately pushed the trolley onto the tracks before walking away, which is why we are keen to trace him and speak to him about his dangerous actions.
"If the train had been travelling at speed, it could have caused serious damages to the tracks, train and anyone who may have been close by. The image of the man is clear – if you recognise him, I’d urge you to come forward.”
British Transport Police are appealing for help in identifying a man who appears to have deliberately pushed a luggage trolley onto train tracks at Euston.
Inspector James Tyrrell said: “The man was walking along platform one at Euston station with a suitcase at about 9pm on Tuesday, 6 August.
“As shown in the footage, he approached a suitcase trolley, which was on the platform, and suddenly pushed it onto the tracks, before walking off from the scene. A short time later, a train arriving into the station struck the trolley, luckily causing no significant damage.”
Detective Chief Inspector Simon Taylor, who led the hunt for the violin, said:
"We're absolutely delighted to have recovered the Stradivarius violin after a long and very complex investigation.
"Though it took some time to successfully locate and recover the violin, we were confident it had remained in the UK.
"I always maintained that its rarity and distinctiveness would make any attempt to sell it extremely difficult, if not futile, because established arts and antiques dealers would easily recognise it as stolen property."