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Calgary police search for woman involved in hate crime

Calgary Police say they are looking for a woman on a bus they believe is involved in hate-based harassment of two teenagers.

Two 13-year-old girls were seen moving around around 8:30 pm, according to police. Last Thursday, I headed from the Somerset-Bridlewood light rail transit station to the Calgary southwest community.

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Aggressive A strange woman who was talking and shouting racial slurs.

Constant. Matt Messenger says harassment will not be tolerated in the city.

He says it was not provoked at all and frightened and upset the two teenagers.

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Messenger says it believes the girls were racially targeted.

"All Calgarians have the right to feel safe in our city while on public transport," he said in a statement Wednesday. "Anyone who witnessed this incident or has information about the suspects, please come forward." Age 4 to 4, with a slim build and light colored hair.

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