Gang singing sectarian songs hunted by police

The group is believed to have been attending an SPL match in Glasgow (Picture by Thryduulf)

A GROUP of football fans who sang sectarian songs on a train are being hunted by police.

The gang of 25, who are believed to have been returning from a match in Glasgow, were heard making inappropriate comments and singing songs of a sectarian nature on-board a train travelling between Glasgow and Edinburgh on January 2.

They were travelling on the Glasgow Queen Street to Edinburgh Waverley service when the incident happened around 10.30pm.

The group, who were wearing blue tops, got off the train when it arrived at Falkirk High station around 11.00pm.

Anyone with information regarding the identity of those involved is urged to contact British Transport Police.