BRITISH Transport Police are appealing for information after damage was caused to a train whilst parked at Tweedbank Station.

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The front of the ScotRail service including the windows was spray-painted and the damage was discovered at 10am on Sunday June 25.

Border Telegraph: Tweedbank Railway Station

A spokesperson for British Transport Police said: "We are aware of an incident of criminal damage to a train at Tweedbank railway station and enquiries are ongoing.

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"It is believed the damage took place sometime before 10am on Sunday (June 25th), when the front carriage of the train was vandalised with graffiti."

Photographs of the damage have circulated on social media and the culprit has been dubbed Tweed-Banksy.