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Surrey RCMP says somebody out there has evidence that will help them make arrests in a violent sexual assault on a sex trade worker in October.
Corporal Bert Paquet says investigators now have some new DNA evidence after a months long investigation, "At this point in time, we are not disclosing if we have DNA on one or both suspects. We do have solid evidence that can link, potentially, suspects to this particular crime and again, we are one step away from apprehending these individuals and we believe that one step can be provided to us by the public."
RCMP have also released composite sketches of two men believed to be south Asian and both in their mid '20's.
Police say in the wee hours of the morning on October 18th, two men picked up a sex trade worker and then violently assaulted her on Colebrook Road.