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Police want to speak with man about reported sexual assault in Waterloo

Waterloo Regional Police Service has released a photo of a man they want to speak with as part of an ongoing sexual assault investigation. (Courtesy: WRPS) Waterloo Regional Police Service has released a photo of a man they want to speak with as part of an ongoing sexual assault investigation. (Courtesy: WRPS)
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Waterloo regional police are trying to identify a man as part of a sexual assault investigation in Waterloo.

Officers were told a male was outside a home in the Peppler Street and Young Street East area on June 5 around 3 p.m.

He said he was sexually assaulted by an unknown man.

Investigators have released a photo of a man they are trying to locate. They said they want to speak with him about the incident.

Anyone with more information is urged to contact police.

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