Police have charged three Punjabi teenagers who surrendered after being sought in connection with an alleged sexual assault on a woman in Toronto




Police have charged three Punjabi teenagers who surrendered after being sought in connection with an alleged sexual assault on a woman in Toronto.

Police say three males who were wanted for allegedly assaulting a woman sexually in Toronto last month have been detained.

Police made the suspects in the alleged August 27 incident visible in surveillance photos on Sunday.

According to police, a 31-year-old woman visited a place close to Bathurst Street and Bloor Street West where she ran across three individuals she had never met before.

According to the authorities, the woman and one of the males left the establishment together, and the other two men followed soon after.

Police claimed that all three of the males sexually abused the victim after that, however they did not go into detail.

The three suspects, according to the police, turned themselves in at 14 Division. 20-year-old Arshveer Bath, 23-year-old Sukhpreet Singh, and 24-year-old Narinderpal Aulakh have been positively identified as the three.

As stated by the police, they have all been accused of sexual assault as well as being a party to an offence involving any other person.

In October, they are expected to appear in court.