MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — One of teenagers accused in several sexual assaults in Powderhorn Park last November is currently on the loose.

Police said they believe the 15-year-old suspect, who had been ordered to undergo electronic home monitoring while living with his grandmother, cut off his ankle bracelet monitor on Wednesday and fled.

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The corrections department notified probation officers with Minneapolis Police and a warrant was issued for his arrest.

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The suspect and three other juvenile males have been charged in connection with the Nov. 24 incidents.

In one, a mother was assaulted at Powderhorn Park while out cross-country skiing with her children. Shortly thereafter, an 18-year-old woman and 16-year-old girl were attacked in a nearby garage. A group of boys pulled a gun on them, ordered them to take off their clothes and took turns sexually assaulting them.

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The other suspects were last reported to be in custody.