Toronto Police Say Sex Trafficking Suspect Likely Also Had Victims in Montreal

Toronto police are seeking the help of the public to locate potential victims in the Montreal area of a man who is now facing sexual assault and pimping charges.

Kalib James Rahi, 31, allegedly lured young women in 2016 and 2017 to his dog breeding business based in Laval and then allegedly sexually assaulted them, took photographs of them. He then allegedly posted ads selling the women’s sexual services and forced the women at gunpoint to have sex with clients for money, according to Detective Constable Andy Medeiros, of the Toronto Police Sex Crimes and Human Trafficking Enforcement Team.

Medeiros says Rahi lured women to his dog breeding business through social media and allegedly assaulted the women during trips to deliver new puppies — trips that were often to rural locations in Ontario and Quebec.

Read more at CTV News

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