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Sexual assault of 8 year old girl

Ssexual assault of 8 year old girl


Invercargill Police are investigating the sexual assault of an 8 year old girl at Oreti Beach, Southland, on Saturday 2nd February 2013 at approximately 4.00 p.m.

The incident occurred in the sand dunes approximately 50 metres south of the main entrance to the beach.

There were a large number of people present at the beach at this time and Police are asking for the assistance of members of the public who were in this area to please contact them.

The Officer in charge ,Detective Don Ward believes the male suspect was seen by children playing in this area at the time the assault occurred.

If anyone can assist could they call the Invercargill Police Station on 211 0400 or Crime stoppers 0800 555 111.

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