A FEMALE train conductor has been left "extremely shaken" after she was indecently assaulted on a train between Derry and Belfast.
The Translink worker was acosted on board a train on Saturday, April 14.
According to the PSNI, the woman “had intervened with a group of rowdy male passengers on the Derry to Belfast service when one of the men grabbed her”.
The woman was also verbally abused, the force said.
A spokesman added: “The conductor was then grabbed for a second time by another member of the group as they were exiting the train at Mossley West.”
Sergeant Matthew Cullen said the conductor was left "extremely shaken and upset" by the ordeal.
He added: "It is appalling that a woman was subjected to such attacks while simply doing her job.
"We are investigating and would like to hear from any witnesses. Please call 101, quoting reference number 1384 14/04/18.”