Police hope video, photos will lead to arrest after frightening sexual assault – Calgary
CALGARY- Police have released video of the person they’re looking to speak with, in connection to a frightening sexual assault.
On Sunday night, a woman in her 20s got off of a CTrain at Heritage Station, then got on a transit bus shortly before 11 p.m. A man also boarded, and it’s believed they were the only two passengers on the bus.
Both of them got off at Elbow Drive and Canata Place S.W., near St. Catherine School, and the man followed the woman as she walked west.
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Police investigate Canyon Meadows sexual assault
As she travelled along the pathway between Canata Close and Canterbury Drive, the man ran at her, threatened her with a weapon, and repeatedly sexually assaulted her.
The victim eventually made it to safety, and called police. She was then taken to hospital to be treated for injuries.
Investigators have since released photos and videos of a man they’re looking to speak with, who is described as being about 6’ tall and in his 20s. He has a slim build, and was wearing a grey jacket, green t-shirt, black running shoes, jeans and a dark-brimmed hat. He also has a distinctive gait, as evidenced in the video.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police, and officers are asking anyone in the Canyon Meadows area who may have heard the attack around 11:10 p.m. to call them.Posted in: 杭州桑拿