Surrey RCMP investigate 3 separate attacks on women
RCMP are investigating three separate assaults on ladies in Surrey, B.C.
In every of the assaults, a lady strolling alone was grabbed from behind by an unknown man.
The primary incident occurred on Sept. 27 at 5 p.m. in Bear Creek Park. A second assault occurred within the 11400-block of Millar Highway that very same day. The third incident occurred late Sunday, Oct. 10 on a pathway between 132 Avenue and Edinburgh Drive.
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RCMP say they’re investigating the three assaults, including that there isn’t any proof at the moment to counsel they’re linked.
“We wish the general public to concentrate on these incidents, to keep up a wholesome vigilance and report all suspicious exercise,” Surrey RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Vanessa Munn mentioned in a press release.
“We acknowledge these incidents can result in a way of unease throughout the neighborhood. We wish to guarantee residents that along with our ongoing investigations now we have stepped up patrols within the areas of those incidents.”
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