Mounties on Vancouver Island are turning to the public for help to identify a teen who they say attacked a bus driver.
On April 21 around 2:45 p.m., aboard a bus at Station Avenue bus exchange, a teen assaulted a driver after a verbal altercation, police said.
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“Public transportation should be a safe experience for both passengers and drivers,” said Cpl. Nancy Saggar.
“If you can identify this suspect please contact the West Shore RCMP at 250-474-2264.”
The West Shore RCMP is investigating the assault of the BC Transit bus driver, and has released pictures and a description of the youth believed to be responsible.
Police describe the suspect as a male, around 13 to 18 years old, standing five feet 11 inches, with brown, medium-length curly hair.
West Shore RCMP have released images of the suspect, which can be viewed on their Twitter page.
He was wearing a brown and black two-tone jacket and a grey backpack and was carrying a skateboard.
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