Toronto police investigate sexual assault at Union Station

Toronto police say they want to make the public aware of a sexual assault that happened on Friday morning at Union Station.

Officers are concerned there could be more victims.

On Friday March 11, between 8:25 am and noon, police say it’s alleged a man sexually assaulted three separate women in the Union Station area.

26-year-old David Ntim of Toronto has been charged with three counts of sexual assault and uttering threats, according to police.

“He is described as black, 6’2″, 230 lbs., with a black beard, and black corn rows,” police wrote in a release. “He had a backpack and a fold-up portable motorized scooter.”

Police say Ntim will be attending court on Saturday, March 12.

Anyone who has information is asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers if they would like to remain anonymous.

Toronto Police are alerting the public about an alleged sexual assault at Union Station on Friday. (TorontoPolice)

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