Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Victoria, BC –Special Victims Unit Investigators are working with additional information provided by members of the public as our investigations into alleged sexual assaults by 70-year-old Esquimalt man Kit Wong continue. Investigators continue to ask that anyone with information comes forward.

Kit Wong faces four charges of sexual assault. These charges relate to Wong’s work as an acupuncturist, massage and traditional Chinese medicine practitioner, from his home-based business in Esquimalt. Wong also served as an officer in the Canadian Armed Forces. Although not a member of the medical staff, Wong practiced traditional Chinese medicine on service members.

Wong was arrested on Tuesday August 14th. He was released on bail with conditions.

At the time of our announcement that Kit Wong had been arrested and charged, investigators appealed for both additional victims and those with information about Wong that they would like to share with police to come forward. Since that appeal, additional persons have come forward with information that our investigators are now following up on.

If you are a victim or have information regarding Kit Wong that you would like to share with police, investigators are asking you to call our non-emergency line at (250) 995-7654. Alternatively, you can contact the Victoria Sexual Assault Centre at (250) 383-3232. If you are a serving member of the Canadian Armed Forces and need support you can contact the Sexual Misconduct Response Centre at 1-844-750-1678 or through your chain of command.   

Our message to survivors of sexualized violence is that we believe you.  For resources, please visit  

Kit Wong is considered innocent until proven guilty. 



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