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Leicestershire Police and British Transport Police called to reports of person on railway tracks in Rutland

A report of a person on railway tracks led to an emergency response.

A 999 call was made at about 11am yesterday (Sunday, May 19) reporting a person on the tracks between Ashwell and Whissendine.

Officers from Leicestershire Police and the British Transport Police attended. When they arrived the person had gone.

Police officers were called
Police officers were called

In a post on the Rutland Police Facebook page, PC Craig Robinson said: “A reminder that trespassing on the tracks could lead you to a large fine.

“Not only this, it delays trains due to Network Rail having to stop services until those on the tracks are located.”

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