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Child Abuse Squad investigate after teenage girl indecently assaulted by three unknown men in Katanning

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The Intersection of Golf Links Road and Brownie Street near where the incident occurred.
Camera IconThe Intersection of Golf Links Road and Brownie Street near where the incident occurred. Credit: Harry Grigson/Great Southern Herald

Child Abuse Squad detectives are investigating a horrifying incident in the Great Southern where a teenage girl was indecently assaulted by three unknown men while walking along a street in Katanning.

Police say on Friday, April 14 between 11.30pm and 12am, a teenage girl was walking along Golf Links Road, near Brownie Street, when she was approached by three unknown men and they indecently assaulted her.

The intersection of Golf Links Road and Brownie Street is opposite Katanning Senior High School.

The Child Abuse Squad is seeking assistance from the public in relation to the incident and released descriptions of the three alleged offenders on Wednesday.

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The first man was wearing a cap and a hooded jumper believed to be of a windbreaker material.

The second man was wearing black track pants, a black hooded jumper and a black beanie.

The third man was also wearing a hooded jumper.

A teenage girl was indecently assaulted by three unknown men while walking along a street at night.
Camera IconA teenage girl was indecently assaulted by three unknown men while walking along a street at night. Credit: Harry Grigson/Great Southern Herald

Police are seeking CCTV or dash-cam footage from Golf Link Road between 11pm and 12am on April 14 and which can be uploaded to police.

Detectives urge anyone with information relating to this incident to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au.

People providing information to Crime Stoppers may remain anonymous.

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