Police say alleged altercation at Canada's Wonderland was not hate motivated

VAUGHAN, Ont. — Police north of Toronto say an alleged altercation at Canada's Wonderland was not motivated by hate.

York Regional Police say in a tweet that they conducted a ``thorough investigation'' into the June 27 incident and no charges will be laid.

Hate crime investigators were assigned to the case last month after what a park spokeswoman called an ``altercation between guests.''

Neither police nor the park would confirm any details, but the advocacy group the National Council of Canadian Muslims called the alleged incident ``extremely troubling.''

On Wednesday, the council tweeted that it trusts police have conducted a ``fair and thorough investigation.''

© 2019 The Canadian Press