Carlyle RCMP continue investigating alleged sexual assault involving teen

Carlyle RCMP are investigating a report of a sexual assault against a teenager of Redvers, Sask. and have indicated they will not be releasing any details about the victim. File / Global News

As a precautionary measure, Carlyle RCMP are alerting the pubic about a recent incident that occurred over the weekend. Police stated in release, that they received a report of a teen who was sexually assaulted at the recreation centre in Redvers, Saskatchewan. Investigation has determined the sexual assault took place the afternoon of Sunday, June 12, 2022.

To further the investigation, Carlyle RCMP is releasing a description of the adult male suspect.

“He is described as having short-to-medium length grey hair and was wearing a grey t-shirt, jeans and boots,” stated police. “He may have a bite mark, wound or bruise on his hand.”

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RCMP stated in an earlier release that they are continuing to investigate the incident and stated it is in the preliminary stages and will not be releasing any information, including any details about the victim.

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“Its important for us to notify the community of Redvers and surrounding areas about this incident, even in the investigation’s initial stages, due to the serious nature of the report,” stated Sgt. Dallyn Holmstrom, Carlyle RCMP detachment commander.

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“The intent of our message is not to cause alarm, but to inform the public so they can take any safety measures and speak with their families about this sensitive and serious subject, as they deem appropriate.”

Carlyle RCMP are asking if anyone has seen a person matching this description in the vicinity of the recreation centre on June 12, know or see someone who matches this description or have information about this incident, call the Carlyle RCMP at 306-453-6707. Information can also be submitted anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or

Resources are available about what is sexual assault and consent on the Saskatchewan government website.

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