People in the Osborne Township area of Winnipeg have taken place after the delivery of a sex attack in the last weekend community, but police now say there is no danger to safety a & # 39; public.
"The research has turned, and what we know now, that we are not looking for a suspect," Winnipeg police Const. Rob Carver said Friday.
"We have the person we need to talk and make clear, the message is not a person who randomly casts the Town".
Last weekend, police released sexual assault and reported Friday on 10:30 p.m. near the River Avenue and Osborne Street – a busy community in a vibrant community.
The 18-year-old victim told the police that she was in a position; Walking in the area when a man went out to streets between the streets of Pulford and Bole, north of Stradbrook Street, and was attacked.
The police say that despite an incident, the study has shown that the detailed information is not exactly the statement made first.
"I'm thinking [the incident] causing great disturbance to people who are in a position. live in the area, work in the area, or rebuild in the area, that a person could be caught in a high-tech area. That's not what happened, "he said.
"I want to do this very clearly – we analyze the situation that happened, but it was not that," said Carver.
There was an attempt to raise responsibility
Another event on Wednesday caused more concern to people who visit the area.
The police said that attempts were made on a purse that took place near Osborne Street and Pembina Highway – the name it was; better as a Confusion Case – about 7 p.m. But it is not connected to the attack, and does not mean that there is a spike in criminal activity in the area, said Carver.
"We have looked back over the last few months. Things have been on a regular basis in the Town," he said.
"Unfortunately there is no crime team and indeed there is no cause to Osborne Village being disturbed."
The victim did not attempt to attack any serious injuries.
The police say that both events have not been stopped in two events, and both are still under review.
Liz Pham lives in Osborne Village and said he had heard that the funny events were.
"I was really weird and he stopped me from going out for a trip," she said, going for trips with her / her child.
The police say they have released information about the sexual assault, and using their current information, out of a lot of public attention. They report all genres of generic invasion seriously, Carver said.
Pham said she is happy that a policeman is holding information to her; the public.
"I'm thinking about updating how the story grows … of course, very important. No one wants to stay in fear, in your neighborhood. "
She is still trying to be attentive while & # 39; It's out of walking, and I'd like to see more of the local football sites.
The police say it is always important that people are aware of their surroundings, travel in groups where possible and comply with well-illuminated areas.