Woman set ablaze by suspect on TTC was victim of hate crime: police

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On Friday, a woman was set on fire while on a bus at Kipling Station in Toronto.

Police have since announced that they are investigating the attack as a hate crime.

According to the Toronto Police Service, after consulting with the Hate Crime Unit, Toronto police are looking into possible motives.

Constable Alex Li called attention to the fact that it was an isolated incident, and that the suspect and victim were unknown to one another, adding that the random nature of the attack was an “obvious cause of concern.”

Just after noon on Friday, an altercation between 33-year-old Tenzin Norbu and a woman in her 20s on a bus outside Kipling Station turned violent after he allegedly poured liquid on her and proceeded to light her on fire.

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