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Police look to identify possible sexual assault witness

New Westminster police are trying to identify this man who may have witnessed a sexual assault Feb. 6. - NWPS
New Westminster police are trying to identify this man who may have witnessed a sexual assault Feb. 6.
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New Westminster police's major crime unit is asking for the public's assistance to identify a man who may have witnessed a sexual assault.

On Monday, Feb. 6, video cameras at the Petrocan station at Canada Way and 10th Avenue in Burnaby captured the male who police say may unknowingly witnessed a sexual assault on the New Westminster side of 10th.

Anyone who can identify him should contact Det. Cst. Chad Johnston or Sgt. Rob Boyd at 604-525-5411. Anyone wishing to remain anonymous can contact the NWPD tip line at 604-529-2430 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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