Toronto police are looking for four men in connection with a violent home invasion in North York.
The alleged incident occurred at 7:30 p.m. on Monday at an apartment in the Yonge Street and Sheppard Avenue area.
Police say a 46-year-old woman answered her door, and four men forced their way inside, one armed with a gun.
Her home was ransacked and robbed, and she was sexually assaulted, police allege. The men then fled the apartment.
The first suspect is described as black with a light-brown complexion, young-looking, and a short, round face.
The second suspect is described as black with a dark complexion, in his 20s, very thin, sunken cheeks and small eyes. He was wearing a short, black down-filled jacket, black pants, black baseball cap, and had his face covered.
The third suspect is described as brown with protruding wide-set eyes, and was wearing a light-green jacket.
The fourth suspect had his face fully covered except for his eyes and mouth, and was wearing a beige jacket.
Police say all of them are considered violent, armed and dangerous. Anyone who spots any of these men should not approach them and call 911.