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BPD releases video related to March 16 North End attack

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BOSTON (WHDH) - Boston Police have released a video they say shows a man they want to speak to about a recent sexual assault in the North End.

Police say a woman was walking into her building near Salem and Hull Streets when a man pushed his way in behind her and assaulted her.

This assault, which occurred March 16, came one month after a similar attack was reported on Valentine’s Day in the same area.

The suspect of the first attack was captured on surveillance video and 26-year-old Ross Currier was arrested days before the second attack was reported.

Currier plead not guilty and said he was with his fiancée during the first attack.

Residents of the North End said that while the assaults are unnerving, they won’t let their daily lives be affected.

"I worry about my fiancée coming home late at night from work, leaving early in the morning to go to spin class. These normal things that are daily activates, now you actually have to think twice," Brett Samurin, a North End resident, said.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Boston Police Department tip line at 1(800) 494-TIPS.
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