Police are investigating an attempted sexual assault at an Echuca car park last night.June 3, 2014 7:46am
Update 10.40am: Police are investigating an attempted sexual assault in Echuca last night.
It is believed an unknown man grabbed the female victim about 6.45pm in a car park off Annesley St.
A struggle took place and the female managed to break free and call for help.
Detectives are appealing for anyone who saw any suspicious behaviour in the vicinity of the car park to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
7.46am: District police have cordoned off the car park on Annesley St near the Echuca-Moama bridge.
A black Mazda sedan is the only vehicle in the car park and is being covered by an SES tent.
Personal items were strewn next to the driver’s side door of the car.
Police have also blocked off the grass area which runs from the car park towards Sturt St.
Echuca police were investigating but were unable to give comment when contacted about 8am.
More to come.
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