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Delta Police seek tips in Sunshine Hills sexual assault

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On June 9 2011 at approximately 10:30 p.m. Delta Police responded to a report of a sexual assault that had just occurred in the area of the 11400 block of Bond Blvd in the Sunshine Hills neighbourhood of North Delta.

The Victim reported that she was walking her dogs when an unknown male came up from behind, grabbed her and sexually assaulted her. The suspect left the area after the assault.

Several police units including the K9 Section and Air 1 were involved in an extensive search of the area. The Delta Police Criminal Investigation Branch continues to investigate this incident. The Delta Police have been conducting a door to door canvass of the area seeking further information.

The suspect is described as a male possibly in his 20’s and wearing dark clothing.

Police are trying to identify two females walking in the area that may have passed the victim, prior to the assault. One of the females has blonde hair and was wearing athletic attire. Delta Police would like to speak with these women as they may have information that could help assisting in identification of the suspect.

Police remind the public to:

  • Be familiar with your surroundings
  • Walk in high visibility areas with sufficient lighting
  • Carry your cell phone if possible
  • Walk with a friend
  • Report incidents to police as soon as possible


The Delta Police have set up a tip line and encourage anyone with information regarding this sexual assault to call the Delta Police at 604-946-4411 and refer to tip 11-12377.

Officer Acknowledged for his Bravery

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Replica Firearm siezedIncident: On April 05, 2010, at 10:35 pm the Delta Police responded to the 1500 blk of 56th St. in relation to a report of two suspicious persons wearing masks and walking toward a local convenience store.  Cst. Kevin Dueck arrived on scene first and observed two men wearing masks approaching the store. One of them was carrying a shotgun. With his weapon drawn, Cst. Dueck confronted the men, ordering them to surrender. The man with the shotgun fled on foot while the second man submitted to Dueck’s demands.

Delta Police Raid Two Homes

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Delta Police Emergency Response TeamDelta police raided two homes in a rural nieghbourhood near the 6000 block of 28th Avenue this morning. The Criminal Investigation Branch, executed a series of search warrants for controlled substances. Due to the nature of the search warrants and the potential for high risk the Municipal Integrated Emergency Response Team (MIERT), assisted by the Vancouver Police ERT, was utilized to execute the search warrants.

A written statement from Delta's media relations officer, Sgt. Paul Eisenzimmer confirmed that the properties have been contained and there is no danger to the public.

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