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Man Charged For Multiple, Random Sexual Assaults Skips Court. Wanted on B.C. wide warrant

Police are asking the publics help to find Hamada Hussein Yiyia. The Victoria Police have put out an arrest warrant for Hamada Hussein Yiyia after he failed to appear in court. He is facing four charges of sexual assault.

Hamada Hussein Yiyia, 34, is described as a Black man with medium build standing five feet, ten inches tall, with black hair that is longer on the top and short on the sides and back, according to police.

The charges he faces is from incidents that occurred on Saturday, June 25, 2022, just after 9 p.m. police were responding to a repot of a man pushing and sexually assaulting random people around the area of 1100-block of Douglas Street.

As officers were arriving the said they observed a man approach a group of women and sexually assault them from behind and quickly took him in to custody.

Witnesses told police they saw the man sexual assault another woman and a female youth told them she was also sexually assaulted by the man.

was released pending his court date however he failed to appear in court and is now sought on a B.C.-wide warrant.

Victoria Police said in a new release, given the nature of the incident in which he was charged, officers have additional public safety concerns and ask anyone who sees Hamada Hussein Yiyia to call 911. If you have information about where he may be, please call the VicPD Report Desk at (250) 995-7654 extension 1. To report what you know anonymously, please call Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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