Toronto man allegedly sexually assaulted minors at church, police say

A 42-year-old Toronto man has been arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting minors at a North York church. According to police, during the evening of Nov. 17, the unidentified man, who had worked as a janitor for several years at the London Parish Mission at 161st Street and Glendale Avenue, was seen entering the church using the church’s office door and exiting the church using a mannequin arm.

Police arrived at the church and found two adult males who had been sexually assaulted by the man. The victims, whom police have declined to name due to their ages, “both stated that the assault occurred inside the church, in the chapel and during other services,” Toronto Police said in a statement. “Investigators have learned that the man first entered the church in 2013 after previously walking in and using the same office door,” Toronto Police said.

Police have said that they are investigating other possible victims, some of whom have come forward to police since the reports came to light. “We’re very concerned,” Det. Det. Insp. Kristi Geballe said in a statement. “The suspect used word ‘God’ to cover the abuse he was committing.”

Read the full story at Global News.


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