CCTV image release in connection to attack on dogs at Glasgow Central Train Station

CCTV image of woman police want to speak to
CCTV image of woman police want to speak to
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TRANSPORT police probing an attack on a guide dog and two other dogs at a city train station have released a CCTV image of a woman they believe could assist with their enquiries.

The incident happened at Glasgow Central station on Friday, 2 October, last year at around 4.25pm.

The two dogs have been described as a tan Staffordshire or pit bull terrier and a German shepherd.

She is described as having long brown hair and glasses. She was wearing a grey hooded top with the number 88 on the front.

It is believed she may have later boarded the 5.30pm service to London Euston.

Constable Colin Campbell, the British Transport Police officer in charge of the case, is appealing to anyone who recognises the woman shown in the photograph to contact them.

Anyone with information should contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40 or by texting 61016 quoting reference B1 of 17/02/2016.Scottish heritage: for stories on Scotland’s people, places and history >>