Suspect sought after 2 girls sexually assaulted in Delta
Delta Police says there were two separate attacks close together early Friday morning
- Police released an updated description of the suspect Saturday:
- White man, 6', 35 to 45 years old, with a patchy, short beard
- Long blonde hair under toque with black, white and grey stripes
- Suspect wore black leather jacket; jeans; white, red, and black scarf
Police believe the same man sexually assaulted two girls — one in Grade 8, the other in Grade 9 — in two separate incidents in the Sunshine Hills area of Delta, B.C., Friday morning.
Delta Police says the first incident happened at around 8 a.m. PT as two Grade 8 girls were walking to Seaquam Secondary School in the Sunshine Hills area of North Delta.
As they entered a footpath, a man approached them from behind, and sexually assaulted one of them. He then fled.
Police believe the same man, as he was fleeing, then sexually assaulted a Grade 9 girl nearby.
The suspect is described as white man about 35 to 45 years old, with long blond hair and a patchy, short beard with a mix of light and dark hair. Police say he was wearing a black leather jacket, boot-cut jeans, a white, black and red scarf and a toque that had 3-centimetre-wide stripes in black, white and grey.
The Delta Police Department says it has not yet located a suspect.
Anyone with information on the assaults can call the department at 604-946-4411.