12 unsolved crimes on the railways in Scarborough in 2018.

12 unsolved crimes on the railways around Scarborough in 2018

From racially aggravated harassment to bicycle theft, we can shed new light on the crimes going unsolved or unpunished in the Scarborough district's stations and on its trains.

Records were obtained from British Transport Police under the Freedom of Information Act, but the force would not give us further details of specific offences. It says it is “completely committed to reducing and preventing crime”. Crimes on trains are usually reported at the terminus station, but may have taken place elsewhere on the line. Read our full report on unsolved crime on North Yorkshire's railways here.

A public order offence of causing intentional harassment, alarm or distress was reported at Malton station, at 7.20pm on February 9 last year. The victim did not want to press charges.

1. Harassment

A public order offence of causing intentional harassment, alarm or distress was reported at Malton station, at 7.20pm on February 9 last year. The victim did not want to press charges.
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A common assault was reported at Malton station on February 9 last year. The victim did not want to press charges.

2. Common Assault

A common assault was reported at Malton station on February 9 last year. The victim did not want to press charges.
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No suspect was identified for a serious public order offence where there was fear or provocation of violence that was reported at Scarborough station at 5.15pm on April 6 last year.

3. Public order

No suspect was identified for a serious public order offence where there was fear or provocation of violence that was reported at Scarborough station at 5.15pm on April 6 last year.
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An assault occasioning actual bodily harm was reported at Scarborough station just before midnight on June 15 2018. The victim did not want to press charges.

4. Violence against the person

An assault occasioning actual bodily harm was reported at Scarborough station just before midnight on June 15 2018. The victim did not want to press charges.
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