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Girl sexually assaulted on Toronto transit bus: police

A man is wanted after a girl was sexually assaulted on a Toronto transit bus earlier this week, police say.

Toronto police said they responded to a call for a sex assault in the Acorn Avenue and Dundas Street West area, which is near Kipling Avenue in the city’s west end, at 8 p.m. on Monday, May 6.

Police said a female youth was on a TTC bus when a suspect boarded the bus and sat close to her.

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The suspect then allegedly sexually assaulted the female and then got off the bus at the next stop.

He was described as six feet tall, around 20 years old with a thin build and short black hair, police said.

He was wearing glasses, a dark baseball hat with large earphones over it, a grey hooded sweater, blue jeans, black shoes and was carrying a black backpack, police added.

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Police ask anyone with information to come forward.

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