Police seeking information on five suspects after assault SIX NATIONS — Police say they are seeking five people involved in the assault of a woman earlier this month. On Tuesday, June 5 Six Nations Police responded to reports of a woman found injured and laying on the side of Cayuga Road. The female victim said
Police seeking information on five suspects after assault
SIX NATIONS — Police say they are seeking five people involved in the assault of a woman earlier this month.
On Tuesday, June 5 Six Nations Police responded to reports of a woman found injured and laying on the side of Cayuga Road.
The female victim said at around 11:30pm on Monday, June 4 she came to Six Nations with friends to buy cigarettes. The 37 year old woman says she was separated form her friends but got a ride with other people unknown to her. She was taken to an unknown residence and assaulted by 3 females and 2 males and then dragged outside.
The victim told police she fled but lost consciousness and then collapsed. She woke up in a ditch on Cayuga Road and police were called.
Police say the victim had multiple injuries and was transported to hospital by ambulance.
Police are seeking 3 women: the first woman has a large build, is approximately 25 years old with blonde hair and was wearing a blue jean jacket, pink top and black tights; the second woman had a medium build, brown hair with “peekaboo highlights” and was wearing pink or peach and light blue tights, white V neck shirt; and the third female suspect has a very skinny build, brown hair, and was wearing a grey & beige beaded sweater, black pants, with shoes similar to thick wooden clogs. She was possibly the mother of the other 2 female suspects.
There are also two male suspects wanted by police. The first male has an athletic build, approximately 5′ 8” with brown hair cut very short. He is approximately 25 years old and was wearing white and grey “Jordan” shorts with no shirt. He has a scar on right knee, a large notable scar on his left forearm from elbow to wrist and a large scar on his left shoulder. Police say the male talked about the scars being from an accident and said he recently inheritied “a bunch of money”. Police say his first name could possibly be Ryan, Rick or Ray.
The second male suspect has a medium build. He was wearing all black clothing and a black hat with a white symbol on it. Police said that male had open sores on his face.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Six Nations Police or Crimestoppers.