Police offer $50K for info on sex assault cold cases
Toronto police re-released these composite sketches of a suspect linked to two sexual assaults in Toronto and Vancouver in the 80s and 90s. Toronto Police Service
Toronto police are offering $50,000 for information that will help them identify a suspect linked to two sexual assaults — one that happened in Toronto in 1992 and another in Vancouver in 1985.
Using forensic DNA technology, investigators were able to link the two cases to the same man.
Police said in the Vancouver case, a 34-year-old woman was sexually assaulted in a multi-level garage on West Pender Street in Vancouver on May 3, 1985.
It's alleged the man approached the woman at around 2:20 p.m., showed a weapon, and then sexually assaulted and robbed her.
The same man was linked to another assault on June 20, 1992, in Toronto. YongeBalliol a man followed her into her apartment building and into the elevator. He revealed a handgun, then forced the woman into a stairwell and sexually assaulted her at gunpoint.
Composite sketch re-released
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