York Region police looking for suspect after 91-yeaar-old woman allegedly sexually assaulted

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Police are looking for a suspect after a 91-year-old woman was allegedly sexually assaulted while walking on a path in Vaughan, Ont., last month.

York Regional Police say the victim was using her walker on a path in the area of Steeles Avenue and Whitney Place on May 13 when a male suspect allegedly sexually touched her.

Police say the woman screamed and the suspect ran away.

Investigators have released a video of the suspect walking on the street in what appears to be a residential area.

They are describing the suspect as a thin man wearing a black face mask and a black clothing.

Police are asking anyone with information to contact them.
 

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    On the International Day of Indigenous Peoples the SIRGE Coalition was formed to call upon government, corporate, and financial decision-makers to avoid the mistakes and harms of past resource development by protecting the rights and self-determination of Indigenous Peoples around the globe, many of whom live on lands rich in transition minerals. We speak with Kate and Galina about the coaltions work.

    Lyndon George is an Anishinaabe member of the Kettle and Stoney Point First Nations helping our people in Hamilton and beyond seek justice. He will be a part of the  Second Annual Indigenous Unity Rally in Hamilton and speaks about this on the show.

  • Lydon George and the Second Annual Indigenous Unity Rally in Hamilton

    Lyndon George is an Anishinaabe member of the Kettle and Stoney Point First Nations helping our people in Hamilton and beyond seek justice. He will be a part of the  Second Annual Indigenous Unity Rally in Hamilton and speaks about this on the show.

  • Kate Finn and Galina Angarova from the Indigenous SIRGE Coalition

    On the International Day of Indigenous Peoples the SIRGE Coalition was formed to call upon government, corporate, and financial decision-makers to avoid the mistakes and harms of past resource development by protecting the rights and self-determination of Indigenous Peoples around the globe, many of whom live on lands rich in transition minerals. We speak with Kate and Galina about the coaltions work.