A man has been arrested on suspicion of assault and trespassing at Hatch End railway station earlier today, according to police sources.
The incident happened at approximately 11.42am this morning (March 13th), when officers received reports of an assault and a trespasser at the station.
Upon arriving at the scene, officers apprehended a man on suspicion of one count of actual bodily harm, two counts of common assault and one count of trespass.
The victim of the assault has not been identified, and the extent of their injuries is currently unknown.
Enquiries into the incident are still ongoing, and at this stage, it is unclear what the motive for the assault and trespassing was, but officers are continuing their investigations.
Hatch End railway station has not released any official statement regarding the incident, but it is understood that the station remained open during the police investigation. Commuters were delayed at the nearby Harrow & Wealdstone station whilst the incident was ongoing.
A spokesperson for British Transport Police said: “We were called to Hatch End railway station at 11.42am today (13 March) to reports of an assault and a trespasser. Officers attended, and a man was arrested on suspicion of one count of actual bodily harm, two counts of common assault and one count of trespass. Enquiries are ongoing.”