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Man facing charges for sexual assault on teen

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A Winnipeg man is facing charges for his alleged involvement in a sexual assault.

The victim, a 14-year-old female, reported the assault to Winnipeg police on June 3. She told police she had been walking in the area of Talbot Avenue and Watt Street when she was approached by an unknown male, known only to her as ‘Nick.’

Following a short conversation, they went to the suspect’s residence in the 300 block of Harbison Avenue, where the suspect is alleged to have performed two serious sexual assaults on the victim.

The incident occurred on June 2. Following an investigation by members of the sex crimes unit, the suspect, 28-year-old Nicholas Raymond Serbyniuk, was charged with multiple offences.

Serbyniuk was detained at the provincial remand centre.

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