Officers were on scene at Sunnydale Place in Waterloo for a sexual assault investigation on Wednesday evening.

Waterloo regional police are currently investigating two reported instances of sexual assault in the Kitchener-Waterloo area.

Police confirmed that officers were at two separate scenes on Wednesday evening.

Shortly after 10 p.m., police tweeted the officers were near Queen Street and Charles Street East for an ongoing sexual assault investigation. In a news release on Thursday afternoon, police said a woman said she'd been sexually assaulted by a man she'd met earlier in the day in downtown Kitchener.

About a half hour later, police tweeted that officers were also on scene near Sunnydale Place in Waterloo for another sexual assault investigation.

Police have not said if the incidents are connected.

Currently in area of Queen Street and Charles Street East in Kitchener investigating a sexual assault.

More information to follow when available. pic.twitter.com/ySDKbogy04

— Waterloo Regional Police (@WRPSToday) January 7, 2021  

Officers currently on scene in area of Sunnydale Place in Waterloo for a sexual assault investigation.

More details will be released when available. pic.twitter.com/ymE0CmXgRb

— Waterloo Regional Police (@WRPSToday) January 7, 2021