Baby falls out pram after man headbutted at train station
The unprovoked attack took place inside Glasgow's Argyle Street station.
A baby fell out of a pram and onto a railway platform after a man was headbutted at a train station.
The unprovoked attack took place inside Argyle Street railway station, Glasgow, shortly after 5pm on Thursday, February 28.
The victim, who was standing next to his partner, was holding a pram with a baby inside when he was headbutted by another man.
The assault caused the baby to fall out of the pram and onto the platform floor.
Both parties then boarded the 5.07pm service to Cumbernauld.
The suspect, who is believed to be aged between 20 and 25, then left the train at Cambuslang.
A spokesperson for British Transport Police (BTP) said: "Officers are looking to speak to anyone who witnessed the incident or who has more information about the suspect.
"In particular, they would like to talk to the man who entered the station with the attacker, but was not involved in the assault.
"They are also keen to trace a woman who helped the victim and his family off the train at Hamilton West railway station."