Toronto

Police seek 2 men after woman 'violently dragged' in sexual assault incident

Toronto police are looking for two suspects after a woman was sexually assaulted in a stairwell of a downtown condominium building early Wednesday morning. 

Victim was held at gun point before being pulled out of elevator and sexually assaulted, police say

Police are looking for these two men after a woman was violently dragged and sexually assaulted in a stairwell in a downtown condo building early Wednesday. (Toronto Police Service)

Toronto police have released a photo of two men suspected of sexually assaulting a woman in the stairwell of a downtown condominium in the Bathurst Street and King Street West area early Wednesday morning.

Police say a 19-year-old woman entered the elevator around 12:45 a.m. when two men entered behind her, pulled a gun on her and robbed her of her cellphone. 

The woman was then "violently dragged" out of the elevator, according to police, and sexually assaulted in a stairwell nearby. 

Both men then went to the underground parking garage and fled in a vehicle. 

Police describe both men as in their early 20s, about 5'8'' to 5'10" in height with medium builds.

The first suspect was wearing a navy blue or black baseball cap with a white symbol on the front, black short-sleeve shirt with vertical white stripes, blue jeans and white Gucci brand sneakers and Gucci sunglasses. 

The second suspect was wearing a brown and beige camouflage hooded sweat shirt, black baggy pants and dark-coloured shoes. 

Police say the suspects fled in a grey- or silver-coloured four-door Mazda that had damage to the rear passenger side bumper that may have been secured with black tape. 

Anyone with information is asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers.