UPDATE: Feb. 26, 2016: Transit Police say thanks to a number of tips from the public about this story, a woman from Coquitlam has now been arrested and charged.
Sarah Dawn Sullivan, 25, who is not previously known to police, has been charged with assault causing bodily harm. She has been released from custody and is scheduled to appear in court in Vancouver on March 9.
Anne Drennan with Transit Police says the other woman mentioned in the original story below was also identified, but due to witness statements and further evidence, it was revealed she was not responsible for the assault.
There will be no charges laid against her.
Story from Nov. 30, 2015:
Metro Vancouver Transit Police are looking for two young women who they say are responsible for assaulting another woman at the Granville SkyTrain Station on Sept. 19.
At 12:25 a.m., two young women were caught yelling racial slurs and harassing non-Caucasian passengers on the lower area of the Granville Station.
Police say another woman politely asked them to stop, and was subsequently attacked by both women.
She was punched, kicked, knocked to the ground and grabbed by the hair. She managed to break free and left to call the police.
The two attackers then boarded a westbound train, heading to Waterfront Station.
Police say the victim suffered cuts and bruises, a black eye, and injuries to one arm. She was taken to hospital for treatment.
The suspects are described as follows:
Caucasian female, early 20’s, long straight brown hair, brown eyes, medium full-figured build, wearing a black mini-dress, short light-coloured denim jacket, high heels and carrying a black and white clutch purse.
Caucasian female, early 20’s, long straight brown hair, brown eyes, taller and slimmer than Suspect #1, wearing a black mini-dress, brown bootie-style high heels, carrying a black jacket and a large black shoulder bag.
Transit Police are interested in anyone who may have witnessed this assault or can identify the suspects. If you have any information regarding this incident, call 604-515-8300 (ref. file# 15-17058) or send a text to 87 77 77.