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Arrest made in Kindersley, Sask., sexual assault investigation

A man in Kindersley, Sask. has been arrested following an RCMP investigation into a report of a sexual assault on a teenage girl alleged to have occurred in March. The man also faces firearms charges.

Police executed a search warrant on Thursday at a home in Stewart Crescent resulting in the seizure of a number of improperly stored firearms.

Officers arrested 38-year-old Jeffrey Houle and charged him with several offences related to sexual assault and possession of a firearm without registration.

Houle appeared in Saskatoon Provincial Court on Friday.

In a release, RCMP said the investigation is ongoing and that they believe there may be more victims. They also said sexual assault is a serious crime and that the force investigates every complaint thoroughly.

“A report can be made at any time, no matter how far back the incident happened,” RCMP said.

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Anyone with information can contact police at 310-RCMP.

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