Police have ended their investigation into one of two sexual assault complaints near the University of Otago.
While CCTV footage had captured “an incident” on Leith Way, Detective Senior Sergeant Kallum Croudis said the complaint would not be “further examined or progressed”.
Three women were allegedly sexually assaulted in Dunedin’s student district on March 17.
Croudis said an investigation into two of the attacks, in which a man allegedly assaulted two women in a house on Dundas St at about 8.30pm, was ongoing.
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The man was described as being in his early 20s, with dark skin and short, dark hair.
Police appealed for sightings of a dark-coloured, late model four-wheel-drive ute, possibly a Ford Ranger, parked on Albany St opposite Leith Liquor at about 9.20pm that evening.
The third attack involved a woman walking towards the University College hall of residence, who was allegedly pushed over and sexually assaulted by a European man in his 20s with long, dark, curly hair.
Police would not say why inquiries ended, or reveal the nature of the incident captured on CCTV.
They originally considered the two attacks might have been connected.