A MAN suffered head injuries when he was assaulted on a train travelling through Grantham on Monday.
The altercation, which was reported to involve a stabbing, took place at 2.38pm on the train from London King’s Cross to Aberdeen.
The train was stopped at Grantham Railway Station and a 33-year-old man from Glasgow was arrested on suspicion of wounding.
A spokesman for British Transport Police said: “Officers are conducting local inquiries into the incident to establish the full picture of the circumstances, including what happened before, during and after the incident.”
The injuries to the 37-year-old victim are not thought to be life threatening.
Anyone with information should call British Transport Police on 0800 405040 quoting incident 277 on April 18.
l Transport Police are appealing for a woman whose daughter was “inappropriately touched” on a train to come forward.
Police arrested a 42-year-old man from London following a complaint on the 7.03pm London King’s Cross to Leeds service on Monday, April 11.
The victim was believed to be travelling with her mother. They left the train at Grantham without reporting the incident. Info to police on 0800 405040.