Hunt for woman who 'burst into train driver's cabin to complain about delays'

A woman who allegedly stormed into a train driver's cabin out of anger at delays is being hunted by police.

The blonde suspect, thought to be in her 20s or early 30s, was captured on CCTV shortly before she is said to have forced her way into the cab at Hucknall railway station in Nottinghamshire.

British Transport Police (BTP) have released images that show the woman on the train, wearing a white top and skirt.

The suspect was said to have been angry about train delays (SWNS)

She was apparently heard on a furious rant about how the train was not moving.

A spokesperson said: "The train was stationary at the time. The woman allegedly forced her way into the cab and verbally abused the driver in order to get the train moving.

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British Transport Police are looking for a woman who allegedly stormed a train driver's cabin (SWNS)

"Officers believe the woman in the images may have information that could help their investigation."

The incident happened at 9.20pm on June 29 when the train was stationary at the platform.

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