Glasgow & West Scotland

Images released in appeal over Irvine train death

Image caption BTP hopes the image will help the man who was killed by a train last month

An image of distinctive jewellery has been released in a bid to help identify a man who was killed by a train near Irvine station last month.

The incident, which is not being treated as suspicious, was reported at about 10:40 on 15 March.

British Transport Police (BTP) said it was "saddened and disappointed" the man had not been identified.

The image shows a silver Raymond Weil Swiss watch, a gold chain and two gold rings - one with a red stone.

At the time of the incident the man was wearing grey/blue trousers, a light coloured shirt with blue stripes, a dark jacket and black shoes.

Det Con David Merchant, of BTP, said: "I am really saddened and disappointed that after a month no-one has contacted us to report a loved one missing.

"If you have any information, no matter how insignificant you think it may be, please come forward to help us identify the man in order that his family can be made aware and his funeral can take place."

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