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Video May Help ID Women Sought In Alleged Sex Assault

04/08/2013 06:13 EDT | Updated 06/08/2013 05:12 EDT
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Toronto police will review video from the downtown club district as part of their investigation into a reported sexual assault on a man by four female suspects.

Const. Victor Kwong said police did not learn of the alleged assault until recently, though the victim said it occurred days before on March 30.

Police say the alleged victim, 19, met the suspects at a club in the King Street and University Avenue area. A few hours later, the man left the club with the suspects in an SUV.

"It's alleged that they were supposed to drive him home, but instead they drove into a parking lot and sexually assaulted him," Kwong said in an interview with CBC News on Monday. A police release has indicated that the man was sexually assaulted "by all four suspects."

The parking lot was in the Queen Street West and Spadina Avenue area. Police have said the suspects were last seen driving away in "a silver Honda SUV-type vehicle."

Kwong said police are reviewing video from the club where the victim met the suspects and from surrounding areas.

Tthe suspects are Caucasian females between 30 and 36 years of age, each standing approximately five-foot-four in height and weighing between 190 and 200 pounds. Each was dressed in a short black dress and high heels.

Police say the driver of the vehicle had short blond hair, wings tattooed on the back of her neck and spoke with an accent that was possibly British. Another suspect had longer, dark hair with the bottom dyed red.

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