British Transport Police (BTP) authorities want to speak to the pup after a train conductor ended up being spat at on Weekend, 27 August, on 6.45am at Warrington Middle Station.
PC Brian Barnes said: “A man appeared to be approached by the conductor throughout a routine ticket verify. The man did not have some sort of ticket and repudiated to pay. The conductor shared with the man, who was intending to travel to Manchester, that he would be required to leave the workout at the next place, which was Warrington Central.
“The individual left the practice at Warrington and patiently waited until the conductor was about to close the door before spitting with her.”
The train had been the 6.22am Trans Pennine Exhibit service from Gatwick Lime Street to be able to Scarborough.
After reviewing CCTV, officers are today publishing an image of a man selecting to just speak to about the incident.
“This is appalling conduct, especially considering that the conductor has been simply doing the woman job. We believe the guy in the image can have information about what happened so we urge anyone who acknowledges him to contact us all,” added Computer Barnes.
Anyone with information is expected to contact British Haul Police on 0800 Forty five 50 40, or even text 61016, quoting reference 295 01/09/2017. Information can also be surpassed anonymously to the independent charitable organisation Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.