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Belleville police looking for man who allegedly sexually assaulted convenience store employee

Belleville police are looking for this man, who they allege sexually assaulted a woman at a convenience store. Belleville Police Service

Belleville police are asking for help to identify a man who allegedly groped a woman at a convenience store in early March.

Police say a man entered a store on March 7 on North Front Street and made sexual advances towards a female employee while the two were alone in the store.

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According to police, the woman made it known to the man that the advances were unwanted, but he reportedly continued. Finally, police say the woman was able to push the man away from her and he left.

The man has yet to be identified. He is described as between 40 and 50 years old and about five feet nine inches tall. He has black hair and a moustache and was wearing blue jeans and a blue jacket at the time of the reported incident.

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Police are asking anyone who recognizes the man to contact Det. Const. Stephanie Bested at 613-966-0882, ext. 2306, or by email at sbested@police.belleville.on.ca.

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