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.”
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