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Carlyle RCMP notifies public about sexual assault in Redvers

Incident occurred at a recreational facility in Redvers.
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The Carlyle RCMP say the intent of their message is not to cause alarm, but to inform the public.

CARLYLE — The Carlyle RCMP is notifying the public of a recent sexual assault.

During the past weekend, the Carlyle RCMP received a report of a teen who was sexually assaulted at the recreation centre in Redvers. At this time, the investigation is in its preliminary stages and the RCMP is not releasing any further information, including any details about the victim.

A suspect has not been identified.

“It’s 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,” said Sgt. Dallyn Holmstrom, Carlyle RCMP detachment commander.

“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.”

Resources are available about what is sexual assault and consent here: will have more details as they become available. 

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