Warning for man who tried to board moving train
TRANSPORT police dished out a warning to a man who tried to board a moving train in Plymouth this morning.
Regular police officers also attended Plymouth Railway Station shortly before 8am.
British Transport Police (BTP) said several calls had been received about the incident.
A 33-year-old man admitted trying to board the train and received a warning, a spokesman said.
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He said: “BTP officers were called to Plymouth Railway Station on Wednesday, January 9 following reports of a man attempting to board a train as it was leaving the platform.
“Officers attended alongside colleagues from Devon and Cornwall Police at 7.49am.
“A 33-year-old man admitted the offence and received a warning from officers.
“No further action will be taken.”