Toronto School Washroom Attacker Sought By Police

The local police of Toronto are hunting down a suspect who reportedly assaulted a young female student during her visit to the washroom of a north-end Toronto school. The incident took place on Monday afternoon at Portage Trail Community Junior School near Weston Road and Sidney Belsey Crescent, just west of Jane Street.

Police reports that a female student of the school has complained about when she walked into a school washroom almost after 2 p.m., she was harshly grabbed by a man. Consequently, the girl reports she fell down on the floor but was fortunate enough to be successful in breaking free from the man’s grip and making a quick escape. The girl allegedly rushed to a nearby class and instantly reported the incident to the teacher, who quickly informed the police. Police asserts that the attacker escaped in an unknown direction so there are very few leads to catch him at the moment; however, the school area is being searched to locate the attacker if possible. Furthermore, the police claim the investigators are already reviewing surveillance tapes.

So far the police states that the suspect is a tall, thin, white man, almost 30 years old, who has a full beard and a thick moustache. The man was allegedly last seen wearing a black touque, black sweater and black shoes with blue stitching, while carrying a black satchel. Police declined to disclose the identity or age of the victim, though the school’s website clearly asserts that Portage Trail Community Junior School holds classes for students in junior kindergarten up to Grade 5 only.

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