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Railway staff attacked at Bournville station


British Transport Police (BTP) has released CCTV images of six men that are being sought after West Midlands Railway staff were attacked at Bournville station in Birmingham.

At 21:45 on Friday 15 November 2019, the six men were on a train arriving at Bournville station. They pulled its emergency stop levers when it arrived at the station, then stood on the platform and spray painted the side of the train.

West Midlands Railway staff challenged the group and were assaulted. One staff member was taken to hospital for treatment after being sprayed in the eyes with the paint. He was released the following day.

BTP officers are now searching for the men recorded on CCTV at the time of the incident.


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