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Hunt for attackers in Victoria assault

Posted on 06/07/2017

An appeal has been made to identify a man who allegedly sexually assaulted a woman in a Melbourne bar on Saturday, 24 December 2016.

At about 1:30am, the man was walking through a crowded dance floor at a bar on Acland Street in St Kilda when he grabbed a woman from behind on the dance floor and sexually assaulted her.

He was last seen walking south-east along Acland Street at approximately 2:20am with another unknown man.

Victorian Police have released CCTV images of the two men they believe can assist with inquiries.

The first man is perceived to be Caucasian and aged between 30-50 years old, with black hair and a medium build.

The second man is believed to be aged 30-40 years old, with a slim build, and was wearing black shoes and a blue shirt with a white collar.

If you recognise either of these men or have any information about this incident, please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or go to www.crimestopperssa.com.au to make a report online

Rewards are available and you can remain anonymous.




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