On June 20, 2010 at approximately 2:00 a.m., and 18 year old female was walking in the area of Notre Dame Avenue and Toronto Street when she cut through a nearby park.
While in the park, the victim was confronted from behind by two male suspects. It was at this time the serious sexual assault occurred. The suspects eventually fled the area on foot.
The victim subsequently made her way home at which time a family member was notified of the incident. She was eventually conveyed to hospital for treatment.
No arrests have been made at this time.
The suspects are described as follows:
Suspect 1 – Male, 20’s, Aboriginal in appearance, 5’6” in height, chubby build, some facial hair, brush cut, wearing: blue wind pants with two red stripes along the side, black zip-up sweater and blue shirt.
Suspect 2 – Male, 20’s, Aboriginal in appearance, 6’1” in height, skinny build, 2-3 inch scar along jaw area, shoulder length hair in ponytail, diamond stud earring in left ear, wearing: black and white plaid shorts, white t-shirt, black hoody and black and white runners.