Police in Northern Ireland are appealing for witnesses after a public order disturbance in a Co Antrim train station on Saturday.

A group of up to 20 people are reported to have been fighting on a train within Ballymoney Train Station at 9.45pm.

The PSNI said a glass bottle was thrown during the altercation, which had spilled out onto the platform.

A 14-year-old boy sustained an injury that required hospital treatment.

Many others were also injured and received medical treatment at the scene.

Officers attended the scene and cautioned three individuals in connection with the incident.

PSNI Sergeant Jamie Halligan said he was aware that a video depicting the incident was posted on social media.

"We are aware of the concern surrounding this incident and the footage circulating on social media. Our enquiries are ongoing and we would appeal for the public's assistance," he said.

"Anyone who was in the area of Ballymoney Train Station at the time and who witnessed this incident or who has any information which could assist us with our enquiries is asked to call us on 101 quoting reference number 2071 03/06/23," he added.