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Disturbance in Waterloo involving racial slurs under investigation

(File photo/CTV Kitchener) (File photo/CTV Kitchener)

Regional police are investigating a disturbance in Waterloo that involved racial slurs.

Officers were called to the area of Menno and Erb Streets around 1 a.m. Sunday for reports of two males fighting.

Police say that, when they arrived, one male ran off on a pathway from Euclid Avenue to Father David Bauer Drive.

An unknown male had allegedly confronted a male and female while they were walking on Erb Street and yelled racial slurs at the male.

The suspect is described as white, six feet tall, thin build, wearing a white shirt, black shorts, and white shoes. Top Stories

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