Hunt on for racist bus station pensioner

By Adele Forrest | 07/08/2017

Hunt on for racist bus station pensioner

POLICE are hunting for a tweed-wearing racist pensioner who hurled abuse at people in Rotherham Interchange.

The man made racist comments towards members of the public while waiting for a bus at the Frederick Street station at around 5.15pm on Saturday, July 29.

A South Yorkshire Police spokeswoman said the incident was being treated as a hate crime.

She said the man was around 70 years old, of average build, with dark brown hair and was wearing glasses and a tweed-style suit jacket.

Anyone with any informaton should call police on 101, quoting incident number 916 of July 20.


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