Investigation Launched Following Sexual Assault In Belfast City Centre

Police are investigating a sexual assault on a 21-year-old woman in Belfast city centre which happened early on Sunday morning, 25 November.

The alleged attack took place in Little May Street shortly after 2.30am.

As well as the culprit and the victim, a male walking alone and a male and female couple are believed to have walked along the same street, in the direction of Catherine Street North, at the time of the incident.
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Detective Sergeant Graeme McArthur said: "I would ask these three individuals to give detectives at the Public Protection Unit at Strandtown Police Station a call with any information they may have."

Officers can be contacted on 101, or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.


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