If you were wondering what the noise was this morning, the National Police Air Support (NPAS) Bournemouth helicopter was above Crossways in the early hours (31 July) approximately 1AM to locate a person on the railway tracks.
The air support unit located the individual and guided in police on the ground with dogs.
If you see someone trespassing on the railway, the British Transport Police advise you to call 0800 40 50 40, text 61016 or dial 999.
Trespassing on the railway is illegal and dangerous. You could be taken to court and face a fine of £1000.
Trespassing also causes significant disruption to the network and knock on effects for travellers.