These are 15 of the most shocking unsolved crimes on Derbyshire's railways last year

From serious sexual assaults to gun offences, we can shed new light on the crimes going unsolved at Derbyshire’s stations and on its trains. Records were obtained from British Transport Police under the Freedom of Information Act, but the force would not give us further details of specific offences. It says it is “completely committed to reducing and preventing crime”.

Tuesday, 25th June 2019, 3:36 pm
These are some of the unsolved crimes on Derbyshire's railways last year
These are some of the unsolved crimes on Derbyshire's railways last year

These are just some of the unsolved crimes that took place on the railways in Derbyshire last year where no suspect was ever identified.

On May 27 2018 a sexual assault of a woman aged 13 or over was reported at Chesterfield station. No suspect was identified.
Somebody exposed themselves and was reported at Chesterfield station on May 27 last year. The crime was unsolved, however, and the suspect was never identified.
At Dinting station an incident of common assault was reported on October 31 last year. The victim was unhurt, and suspect was identified.
Luggage theft was reported at Dronfield Station on March 16 last year. The crime remains unsolved as no suspect was ever identified.
A case of voyeurism was reported at Chesterfield station on February 9 last year. No suspect was identified and the case remains unsolved.
At Glossop railway station on February 9 last year a case of battery was reported, however it went unsolved and no suspect was found. The victim was unhurt.
A case of public disorder, wherein violence was feared or provoked, went unsolved after being reported at Chesterfield Station on January 27 last year.
Criminal damage to High Peak Halls near Buxton Station on March 27 last year went unsolved by the British Transport Police, who were unable to identify a suspect.
A case of criminal damage went unsolved at Whaley Bridge station on October 29 last year. A suspect was not identified.
On November 27 last year shortly after 7pm a case of assault by battery was reported at Chesterfield station. However, no suspect was identified and the case was not solved. The victim was not hurt.
The malicious obstruction of the railway route was reported at Matlock Bath railway station on May 19 last year, however this crime went unsolved.
Luggage was reported stolen a number of times at Chesterfield station last year. Crimes went unsolved on February 15, August 24, October 20 and 31 and December 14.
A case of harassment reported on February 17 last year at New Mills train station in Newton went unsolved when a suspect could not be identified.
A vehicle was damaged at Chesterfield station on April 25 last year but a suspect was never found.
A suspect was not identified when harassment was reported at Chesterfield station on January 20 last year, meaning the case went unsolved.