16/04/2018

Female Conductor Indecently Assaulted On Train Journey

A female conductor has been indecently assaulted on a train journey from L'Derry to Belfast, according to the PSNI.

The incident happened after a woman intervened after a group of male passengers became rowdy on Saturday, 14 April.
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The woman was allegedly grabbed by one of the men and verbally abused. She was also grabbed by another male as the group left the train at Mossley West.

The conductor was left extremely shaken and upset.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.

(CD)

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