19/08/2019

Child Assaulted In North Belfast

Police in north Belfast are seeking to identify a male suspect in relation to an assault on a child last month.

The incident took place on Salisbury Avenue at approximately 7.35pm on Sunday 14 July. An 11-year-old child is believed to have been targeted.

The suspect, who spoke with a Belfast accent, is described as in his late fifties, 5'9" in height, of medium build, clean shaven and with a light tan.
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Anyone with information which may be relevant is urged to contact police on non-emergency line 101 quoting reference number 1591 of 14/07/19.



(JG)

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