Police seek four women accused of sexually assaulted 19-year-old Toronto man

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(CBS) Toronto police are looking for four women accused of raping a 19-year-old Canadian man after he left a nightclub with them.

According to a Toronto Police Service news release, the victim met the four women at a nightclub on March 30, near King Street and University Avenue. He left the club with the women, who offered to drive him home.

Police say the women instead drove him to a parking lot at Queen Street West and Spadina Avenue where they all sexually assaulted him.

The victim told investigators about the crime on Friday, nearly a week after the night of the alleged assault, CBC News reports.

The four suspects are described as 30 to 36-year-old Caucasian women, approximately 5'4" and 190-200 lbs. The driver is described as having short blond hair, a tattoo of wings on the back of her neck and an accent that is "possibly British." Another suspect reportedly has longer dark hair dyed red at the bottom.

All of the women were wearing short black dresses and high heels. Police say they were last seen driving a silver Honda SUV.