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Alleged sexual assault in Kelowna

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 10 Jun, 2024 03:38 PM
  • Alleged sexual assault in Kelowna

R-C-M-P in Kelowna are investigating after a woman accused a man of trying to sexually assault her as she was walking along a trail in Mission Creek Regional Park.

The woman told officers that the man grabbed her last night and tried to assault her, but she was able to run away and call police.

Mounties say they are looking for the suspect.

They are asking any potential witnesses to come forward as the investigation continues.

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