The Independent Police Complaints Commission is still seeking witnesses from outside Westbury Station who may have seen a man being led out by a number of police officers at about 10.20pm on 25 October 2012.
The IPCC is independently investigating complaints by a 48-year-old Plymouth man that he was assaulted by Wiltshire Police officers during an incident at Westbury Train Station, Wiltshire, on Thursday 25 October.
The man is described as six-foot tall, large with grey hair and was wearing white trainers, light-blue jeans, a two-tone blue nylon jacket and was carrying a green Adidas holdall. He was taken by police officers off the 9.55pm high-speed train which was going from London to Plymouth and was at platform 2.
The IPCC has seen CCTV which shows him being led out of the station at about 10.20pm by two male officers, one each side, and a male and female police officer following behind. The IPCC is also aware that there were a number of people outside the station.
IPCC Commissioner Rachel Cerfontyne said: "These are serious allegations and it would help our investigation to speak to some of the people who were in and around the station about who may have witnessed something.
"If you were outside the station, perhaps waiting for a taxi, or were one of the taxi drivers waiting outside the station, please contact our investigation if you saw or heard anything. Also, if you were on the 9.55pm high-speed train which was going from London to Plymouth and know anything we would like to speak to you.”
Witnesses can contact the IPCC investigation in confidence by freephone on 0800 096 9077 or email !email@example.com and one of our investigation team will contact you.
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