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North Vancouver woman sexually assaulted after letting stranger into home to use bathroom

Part of the composite sketch of the alleged suspect of a sexual assault on a woman in North Vancouver. North Vancouver RCMP

Police are investigating after a woman reported she was sexually assaulted by a man she let use the bathroom in her North Vancouver home last month.

North Vancouver RCMP said Friday the incident allegedly happened on the afternoon of Feb. 27, at a home in the Upper Capilano area.

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No description of the suspect was available, however, police did release a composite sketch based off interviews with the victim:

The composite sketch of the suspect in an alleged sexual assault of a woman in her North Vancouver home. North Vancouver RCMP

Police wouldn’t release any more details about what happened but said the woman is recovering at home.

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Anyone with information about the alleged incident or can identify the man in the sketch is asked to contact North Vancouver RCMP Const. Jeewan Bassi at 604-985-1311.

Police are also reminding residents to not allow strangers into their homes.