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Investigators with the Montreal police sexual assault squad say they think a suspect charged with sex-related crimes may have had other potential victims.
Police describe Robert Litvack, 41, as a baseball and hockey coach who worked in the West Island. Investigators say Litvack was a baseball coach in the Lac-Saint-Louis region and administrator of the Organisation du baseball de la région du Lac St-Louis between 2008 et 2021. The players he coached were ages 13 to 21. Police said Litvack was also a coach for the Association de hockey mineur de Dollard-des-Ormeaux for 10 years up until 2017.
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Litvack faces charges of sexual assault, sexual contact and inciting sexual contact. Police allege the offences took place at the end of 2020 and the beginning of 2021.
Police allege Litvack assaulted one of his players during a private training session, and investigators say they have reason to believe there may have been other victims.
Litvack is a white anglophone male with blue eyes and short brown hair. He stands 5-feet-10-inches tall and weighs about 200 pounds. He also speaks French.
Anyone who thinks they were a victim of Litvack is urged to contact their local police or speak directly with the sexual assault squad at 514-280-8502.
Anyone with any information on the investigation can call Info-Crime Montreal confidentially and anonymously at 514-393-1133.
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