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Aurora Police no longer looking for suspect in sexual assault of child

Police previously said the man picked up a child from the area of East Colfax Avenue and Kingston Street on Dec. 1.

AURORA, Colo. — The Aurora Police Department (APD) said it is no longer looking for a suspect accused in the sexual assault of a child.

According to a tweet Thursday from APD, a man picked the child up from the area of East Colfax Avenue and Kingston Street on Dec. 1. He then sexually assaulted the child, police said.

On Saturday, APD tweeted they were no longer looking for the driver or the vehicle they had described and thanked the community for their assistance.

APD said it could not provide any further information "due to the extreme sensitivity of this investigation involving a child sex assault victim."

It's not clear whether police have made an arrest in the case.  

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