Queen's Park Train Station: Police appealing to help trace man involved in 'frightening' disturbance at station

The police have released a photo of a man they are hoping to trace after a ‘frightening’ disturbance at Queen’s Park Train Station in Glasgow.

The disturbance took place around 4pm on Saturday, July 11 at the station.

The man is described as white, medium build and around 20-30 years old.

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Police in Glasgow are hoping to trace this man.

He has a shaved head and a short beard and was wearing a blue shirt over a lime green t-shirt, a black face mask and round sunglasses.

Sergeant Gray of Greater Glasgow Violence Reduction Unit said: “We are continuing our investigation in to this incident which would have been frightening for those members of the public who were at the train station.

"We are eager to talk to the man in these images as we believe he may have information that could assist us.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101, quoting incident number 2184 of 11 July 2020.

Police in Glasgow are hoping to trace this man.

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