On the 28th, of October 2013 at 1223 a.m. the Selkirk R.C.M.P. received a complainant of an assault that had just occurred in the City of Selkirk. During the course of investigation it was learned that a female victim had been walking down a back lane between Manitoba Avenue and Clandeboye Avenue when she realized she was being followed by a truck. At the same time the victim noticed a female approaching her on foot. Once beside her the unknown female punched her once in the face causing the loss of a tooth. The only description of the vehicle is that of a 4 door dark coloured truck.
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