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Girl 17, racially abused and escaped by a teenager in the tram


The police call for information after a teenager has been mistreated and killed by a stranger in a tram.

The 17-year-old girl had been traveling to Oldham from Victoria Station in Manchester when the young man carried out a "terrible and unexpected attack."

She first faced her mother before attracting her attention to the teenager when she tried to intervene, said a police spokesman at Greater Manchester.

A 17-year-old girl was racially abused and spit on a tram in Manchester (Image: Getty Images)

At that time, the boy abused him racially and spit him before leaving the tram with a group of teenagers with whom he had traveled to the Newton Heath and Moston stop.

It's described as black, about 5 feet 6 in the middle of youth with a haircut in the Afro style.

Police say he wears a black hooded top with a hat under the hood.

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The force has launched an investigation into hate crimes after the incident took place on March 30 shortly after 6:30 p.m.

Head inspector, Denise Pye, of GMP's City of Manchester division said: "This was a terrible and untold attack on a family who enjoyed Saturday evening together before being subjected to a reservoir of racial abuse.

'People should be free to exploit their lives without abuses or hate, and we are dealing with this incredibly serious incident. The eradication of hate crimes will always be one of our top priorities, as there is absolutely no tolerance to hatred in our communities.

"At present, our detectives support the victims at this moment incredibly anxious and our investigation progresses at a speed. Forensic consultations are underway and agents are working with Metrolink to obtain the best quality CCTV.

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"We are working to provide images of people with whom we want to speak as part of our inquiries and appeal directly to the person responsible for contacting us. We would also encourage anyone with whom you would travel at this time to contact the police.

'We know that several people have witnessed this attack and thank all those who tried to intervene and record images for us. We recommend those people and anyone else who has information or images of the incident to get in touch as soon as possible. & # 39;

Anyone with information about the incident should call the police at 0161 856 6460 quoting the incident number 2015 from 01/30/2019.

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