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Man suspected of threatening blind man on bus identified

Winnipeg police have identified and interviewed a man suspected of uttering threats agains a blind man and his guide dog on a Transit bus in September.

The Winnipeg Police Service said in a release the suspect was identified after surveillance photos were made available to the public.

The suspect has been interviewed, according to police, and a file has been submitted for Crown opinion.

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Winnipeg police have identified and interviewed a man suspected of uttering threats agains a blind man and his guide dog on a Transit bus in September.

The Winnipeg Police Service said in a release the suspect was identified after surveillance photos were made available to the public.

The suspect has been interviewed, according to police, and a file has been submitted for Crown opinion.

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Updated on Saturday, December 8, 2012 at 4:51 PM CST: corrected time of incident from "earlier this week" to September

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