GATINEAU | The police of Gatineau trying to find the perpetrator of a violent sexual assault which occurred at the beginning of the month near the Alexandra bridge, in the Hull sector.
The assault occurred in the middle of the night, around 4: 30 a.m., on the 6th of July, while the victim was walking alone. She has been dragged through a bush before being beaten and sexually assaulted, according to the police Department of the City of Gatineau (SPVG).
The next day, the SPVG was broadcasting a description of the suspect. However, evidence collected during the investigation to ensure that the police service has shared additional details, Wednesday, inviting the general public to assist in the pin.
Thus, the suspect is a male mulatto aged 25 to 30 years. It is thin, about 5 feet 8 inches (1.73 meters) and weighs approximately 160 pounds (72 kilos). He has black hair and wears a cup-style afro. “His hair isn’t necessarily curly, but would be of the same length everywhere on his head (two to three inches long),” said the SPVG, adding that the suspect speaks French and English.
During the events, the wanted man, who could be of Gatineau or Ottawa, wore a sweater and dark pants. He was carrying a bottle of water, disposable, and a small box of Timbits.
“The victim did not know his attacker. It would have been chosen at random”, according to the SPVG.
Any person holding information on an individual matching this description is asked to communicate with the SPVG by calling 819 243-INFO (4636), option 5.
The people who were present in the quadrangle next, between 2 a.m. and 5 a.m., on the 6th of July last, may contact the investigators at (819) 243-INFO (4636) option 5:
– The Laurier street, between the intersection of the boulevard Sacré-Coeur and the Portage bridge;
– All the bike trails that surround the canadian Museum of history, and those under the Alexandra bridge;
– The boulevard de Maisonneuve, between the intersections of Laurier street and the Sacré-Coeur boulevard and the surrounding area.