Male wanted by transportation police after toddler assaulted on train in Edinburgh

POLICES are searching a male they wish to talk to after a toddler was attacked on a train.British Transportation Authorities have actually launched CCTV pictures of a guy wanted in connection with the assault. British Transportation Police British Transport

Police wish to speak with this

male after a young child was attacked on a train It happened on board the 4pm Virgin East Coast service in between Edinburgh Waverley and Peterborough on Sunday, February 12. He is explained as a white man of large construct, around 5ft 10 ins tall and in his late 30s with brief spiked hair and glasses.At the time the guy was wearing black and white polo shirt, dark jacket, dark grey denims, white fitness instructors and with thick metal chain around his neck.MOST READ IN NEWS HE’S BEEN A REALLY NAUGHTY YOUNG BOY Donald Trump slams North Korea’s Kim Jong-un for ‘acting really terribly ‘after testing brand-new rocket’I HEARD TERRIBLE WAILING NOISE’Chilling minute mum

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‘ a single bullet’at North Korea Cops state he also had a tattoo on his best arm and consulted with a north east English accent.Investigating officer Pc Joss Froggatt appealed for anyone who

identifies the

guy to obtain in touch.Contact British Transportation Cops on 0800 40 50 40, text 61016 estimating recommendation 324 of 12/02/2017 or call

Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news group? Email us at [email protected]!.?.! or call 0207 782 4368