The Regina Police Service has determined a report of sexual assault earlier this month did not actually take place. As a result the man in the interaction will not face sexual assault-related charges in connection to the incident.In the original complaint came from a 23-year old woman on June 1, who said a man followed her into the west alley of the 1800 block of Scarth Street and sexually assaulted her before being scared away shortly after the incident began. The alleged victim provided a description of the suspect, which helped police to identify and locate the man. However, further investigation produced what police call objective, independent evidence which indicated that the complaint was not accurate. Police say the evidence exonerated the alleged suspect.Police would like to remind the public that every report of sexual assault is taken seriously by the service and investigated thoroughly. They say the outcome of the investigation has no bearing on other reported incidents of sexual assault, and encourage victims to come forward and report incidents to police.