Ottawa law enforcement are seeking community assistance in their investigation of a pair of unprovoked assaults on women of all ages earlier this month.
The 1st assault was Sept. 13 at about 6 p.m. in the location of Cahill Travel and McCarthy Road.
Law enforcement explained two girls were being strolling southbound from Uplands Generate when a person approached them from guiding.
One of the women of all ages, 58, was struck on the head and experienced small injuries.
3 days afterwards, on Sept. 16, there was yet another assault at about 8 p.m. close to Uplands Generate and Bennett Avenue.
Police claimed a 29-year-aged woman was strolling on the sidewalk when a gentleman came in the direction of her from a grassy area.
The person struck her and she received insignificant injuries.
Investigators consider the very same male could be accountable for both equally assaults.
The suspect is explained as 20–30 decades previous, about five ft seven inches to 5 toes nine inches (170 – 175 cm) tall, with a skinny develop, long black curly hair earlier his shoulders, worn in a ponytail.
At the time he was putting on a dark baseball hat, a white shirt, dim shorts, and white jogging sneakers.
“We are asking the public to be beware of their environment and report anything suspicious to police through 911,” Sgt. Shane Henderson of the east legal investigations device mentioned in a release.
Any individual who has facts about these assaults or other comparable incidents is asked to get hold of east felony investigations unit at 613-236-1222, ext. 3566.