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Sexual Attack Wainuiomata

Location: Wainuiomata
District: Wellington

Sexual Attack


Police are investigating what they believe to be a sexually motivated assault on a young women alone at that time in her Wainuiomata home between 4.00 and 5.15am on Wednesday 26 December 2012.

An unknown male has entered the Wainuiomata Road home and has approached, woken and then sexually assaulted the women. He has then left the address and is thought to have gone onto Wainuiomata Road.

A thorough forensic examination has occurred today of which police are hopeful will provide information that will assist them in identifying the male responsible for this attack. Police are not ruling out the possibility that this man is local and is somehow familiar with the area and the movements of the occupants of this address.

Police would like assistance from anyone with information on this matter or who may have observed any suspicious persons or vehicles in or around the Wainuiomata Road, Reading Street area between the times provided.

Contact is Detective Sergeant Richard Orr of Hutt Valley CIB on 04 5272374.
Information can also be forwarded to Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111.

Detective Sergeant R ORR
Squad Five
Hutt Valley CIB

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