TORONTO: Men wanted in sexual assault in Kipling Avenue and Dundas Street area
Police have released composite sketches of three men who are wanted in connection with a sexual assault, saying they are “armed and dangerous.”
The men are wanted in connection with a sexual assault of a woman who told police she thought she was going for a job interview.
The woman, 27, said she was lured into a building in the Kipling Avenue and Dundas Street area of Toronto in the evening on Monday, Dec. 15, by a man identified as “Noel,” police say.
Once inside, she was sexually assaulted by three men, held against her will and threatened with death by one of them, according to police.
The woman told police she saw a gun in the man’s car.
“Police believe these men to be armed and dangerous,” says the bulletin with the composite sketches. “Do not approach. If located call 9-1-1.”
One suspect is described as white, aged 30 to 40 and tall, with parted, collar-length black hair. He is described as having spoken English with a foreign accent, and was last seen wearing a black shirt and dark pants.
A second suspect is described as white, aged 30 to 40, 5’3 to 5’4 tall, with a round face, no hair and lots of upper-body freckles. He was clean-shaven and was wearing a light-blue sweater with dark-blue stitching crossing at front, and jeans.
A third suspect is described as white and in his 30s with “not very dark hair.”
The fourth suspect, who introduced himself as a Venezuelan named Noel, is described as light-skinned, close to 40, 5’3 to 5’4 tall, with short black hair, dark eyes, thick lips and was “chubby but strong.” He did not speak English well.
The building where the woman went is described as a shorter, multi-level structure, possibly under five floors, with a reddish, dark or brown exterior, underground parking, long hallways, a single elevator and set of double doors at the entrance. The front entrance of the building is described as having a concrete or brick overhang at decorated with Christmas lights.
Anyone with information is asked to call police at 416-808-1900 or contact Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, by texting TOR and a message to CRIMES (274637), or on Facebook.