Woman Charged Over Alleged Sexual Assault of Schoolgirl
The 17-year-old was allegedly assaulted at a train station in inner Melbourne.
What you need to know
- A woman has been charged over the alleged sexual assault of a teenage girl in Melbourne last month
- The 17-year-old was on her way home from school at Newport Railway Station on May 1 when the alleged attack took place
- A 32-year-old woman, who handed herself into police on June 12, will face court next month
A woman has been charged over an alleged sexual assault of a 17-year-old girl at a Melbourne train station last month.
The teenage girl was on her way home from school at Newport Railway Station on May 1 when she was approached from behind by a woman who allegedly assaulted her.
Police released CCTV on Tuesday, showing a woman with brown hair tied in a bun, a tattoo or writing on her right thigh and a lower back tattoo.
She was wearing a black singlet, black thongs and a white long-sleeve shirt over her shoulders.
A 32-year-old Williamstown woman handed herself into police on Tuesday afternoon and was charged with sexual assault.
She was refused bail to appear in court on August 17.