Toronto police has been notified of three different reports of almost the same style sexual assaults on dissimilar women walking in two west-end neighbourhoods in just the two days of the past holiday weekend. The first incident occurred on Saturday morning almost before 11 p.m., when a woman notified police officers that she was illicitly touched from behind and sexually assaulted while she was walking through the Montrose Avenue near College Street. She claimed that the suspect quickly ran off afterwards towards north of Montrose.
The second case was reported only a few minutes after the first one, at the exact same location. The police declared that the second woman also gave almost the same account of incident that she was illicitly touched from behind as she was walking on Montrose. The third report was on the next day at almost around 11:45 p.m., in which the same style sexual assault was laid on a women walking on Grace Street south of Bloor Street West.
Police has not yet confirmed with evidence that these three assaults of this weekend are related to long series of at least 10 similar assaults reported in the same neighborhood in the past summer. A reporter pointed out the “the method of this is very similar” and “It’s always at night or during the early morning and the women are always approached from behind.”
The description of the suspect of the three assaults in the last weekend differs slightly. Police suspects the culprit is a black man, 23 to 45 years old, from five foot five inches tall to five foot eight with a heavy build.
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