Tuscany LRT hate-crime suspect arrested by Calgary police
Police have 2nd suspect identified and are getting warrants to execute arrest
Calgary police say they have identified the two suspects in the anti-Muslim vandalism at the Tuscany LRT station last week — and one has been arrested.
Police say they know who the second man is and are awaiting a warrant to execute an arrest.
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Calgary police released images on Tuesday of the two suspects.
They were seen on CCTV entering the Tuscany station around 5:45 p.m. on Dec. 3 and using gold spray paint to write messages throughout the station, on a C-Train car and on five private vehicles parked outside.
Police have classified the vandalism as a hate-motivated crime.
Charges aren't likely to be laid until Thursday morning when the suspect who is currently in custody is expected to go before a justice of the peace.
Police have not said what charges the pair will face.