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Officers are appealing for witnesses after a man was racially abused on a bus in Leicester.The incident took place on the number 26 First Leicester bus which was travelling to the Haymarket Bus Station around 12.30pm on Monday 4 December.Two passengers entered the bus on Border Drive, near the junction with Millwood Close, and while they were heading to the seats one of the passengers made a racist comment towards the other passenger.A 70-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated Section 4 public order and released on bail pending further enquiries.Anyone who witnessed what happened on the bus is asked to get in touch. Contact PC 1856 Sam Lowe on 101 or via www.leics.police.uk, quoting crime number 23*747800.
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