Passengers were 'threatened with a wine bottle' during a train journey in south Essex. 

British Transport Police is urging any of the victims of the incident to come forward as they hunt two men responsible for caysing a 'disturbance'.

The men were traveling from Stratford to Rayleigh in the early hours of the morning when they began to cause trouble. 

They were reportedly stopping train doors from opening and swearing. 

During the journey, one of the men pushed a passenger out of the way to sit down.

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The other suspect threatened passengers with a wine bottle and pinned another male passenger against the side of the train. 

The incident happened just after midnight on April 13 and detectives are urging witnesses to come forward. 

A police spokesman said: "The victims have not yet made contact with the police and despite local enquiries, officers have been unable to identify them.

"Officers are appealing for them to come forward to assist the investigation."

Witnesses or anyone with information can contact BTP by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40, quoting reference 10 of 13/04/22.

Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.