Tayside and Central Scotland

Appeal after sectarian singing on Falkirk train

Police have appealed for witnesses to come forward after a group of men sang religiously offensive songs on a train between Glasgow and Falkirk.

The six men boarded the Saturday 20:00 service to Edinburgh at Glasgow Queen Street and sat in the first class compartment of the rear carriage.

The group got off the train at Falkirk High station.

British Transport Police asked other passengers on the service to get in touch so they could identify the men.

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