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Man sought after Pine Creek teen allegedly assaulted

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Winnipegosis RCMP are investigating a complaint of a sexual assault against a 15-year-old boy on Pine Creek First Nation Monday afternoon.

Cpl. Miles Hiebert said the boy advised police that while he was walking home, an unknown male in a newer black Ford Mustang pulled up alongside him, opened the window and spoke to him.

During their conversation, Hiebert said, the driver made a sexually suggestive comment and reached out of the car and grabbed him.

"The boy was able to pull away and the driver fled the scene. There was no one else in the vehicle," said Hiebert.

The driver is described as Caucasian, heavyset, with black shaggy hair, five o'clock shadow and a wrinkled face. He was wearing a brown leather jacket and torn blue jeans. No other description of the vehicle is available other than a black Ford Mustang.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call the Winnipegosis RCMP

at (204) 656-7000 or, If you wish to remain anonymous contact Manitoba Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or at www.manitobacrimestoppers.com or text "TIPMAN" plus your message to Crimes (274637).

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