Calgary police's hate crime and extremism team is investigating a recent act of vandalism that caused damage to a statue outside a church.
Police say a man damaged a religious statue in front of Sacred Heart Church on September 1st before fleeing the area on foot.
The suspect is described as about five feet 11 inches tall, with possible tattoos on his left arm and a slim build.
Police say the man was an orange T-shirt, baseball cap, sunglasses, dark construction pants and construction boots.
They say investigators have not determined a motive for the vandalism.
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