Police have released images of six young people they want to speak to after a brother and sister were assaulted at Dalmuir railway station.

The incident took place at the station on Monday, October 12, 2020 between 8.45pm and 8.50pm and resulted in a teenage boy and his sister being injured.

British Transport Police are appealing for information into the assault and have released descriptions of the individuals who they believe may have information that can help with their enquiry.

The first female is aged between 14-17 with long dark/black straight hair. She was wearing a gold/cream cropped jacket, a black baseball cap with a white North Face logo, black ripped jeans and black Converse style trainers with a white toe and sole.

The second female is aged between 14–17, slim build with long brown/dirty blonde straight hair. She was wearing a black jacket with a black fur lined hood and black Converse style trainers with a white toe and sole. She was carrying a large black handbag as well.

The third female is aged between 14–17 with long dark hair. She was wearing a white padded jacket and black skinny fit trousers. She was carrying a small dark handbag with a long strap.

The first male is aged between 14–17. He was wearing dark tracksuit bottoms, white trainers and a black white/light grey hooded top with the hood worn up throughout.

The second male is aged between 14–17 with short dark hair. He was wearing a black hooded jacket, black trousers and black shoes.

The third male is aged between 16–18, a large build, approximately 6ft and he had dark hair with a prominent widows’ peak. He was wearing a tracksuit top with a black lower half, a grey upper half, a hood with thick white lines, markings on the side of the sleeves and a small white logo to one side of the chest area. He was also wearing black tracksuit bottoms and white trainers.

British Transport Police can be contacted by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50, quoting incident reference numbers 2000070822 and 2000070819.

Information can also be given anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.