Calgary police say they are trying to find a woman who's believed to be involved in the hate-motivated harassment of two teenagers on a bus.
Police say that two 13-year-old girls were travelling around 8:30 p.m. last Thursday to a community in southwest Calgary from the Somerset-Bridlewood light-rail transit station.
They say the girls were approached by an unknown woman who was speaking aggressively and yelling racial slurs at them.
Const. Matt Messenger says harassment won't be tolerated in the city.
He says it was completely unprovoked and left the two teenagers scared and upset.
Messenger says it's believed the girls were racially targeted.
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