Boulder police seek help with sexual assault investigation

Police in Boulder are asking for the public’s help in identifying other possible victims of an ice cream shop co-owner who allegedly sexually assaulted employees over the past 15 years.

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Police in Boulder are asking for the public’s help in identifying other possible victims of an ice cream shop co-owner who allegedly sexually assaulted employees over the past 15 years.

Officers have been investigating for more than a year after two single mothers reported Scott Roy sexually assaulted them while they worked for Boulder Ice Cream, police spokeswoman Shannon Cordingly said.