Sex assault, robbery reported in Spencer Park

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Albany Detectives are investigating the reported robbery and sexual assault at a business in Spencer Park in the early hours of Saturday July 10.

Victim in her 50s

Sgt Alice Cockram said around 5.20am the victim, a woman in her 50s, reportedly entered the business from the rear door.
“Around two minutes later an unknown man has entered the Angove Road store and confronted the victim,” she said.
“He punched the victim and demanded money.
“The victim was forced to hand over money and the man sexually assaulted her before fleeing. The victim received medical treatment for facial injuries.”

A Police image of a woman they say was sexually assaulted by a robber in a Spencer Park business premises early Saturday morning. (WA Police Media)

Wanted man’s description

Sgt Cockram said the wanted man was described as being 25-30 years old, brown skinned, 163 cm tall with a slim build, brown stubble on his face and distinctive looking teeth.
Detectives urge anyone who saw any suspicious person, has CCTV or dash-cam vision of the area between 5am and 5.40am to come forward.
Anyone with information relating to this incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au.
All reports to Crime Stoppers can be made anonymously.

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