INVESTIGATION was started after 14-year- old man raped in in public toilets at Bournemouth Pier.
The toilets were closed after the incident, which took place sometime between 8:30 and 8:45. on Saturday, May 7th
Dorset police received messages of incident later that day.
After requests 51-year-old man from Bournemouth arrested on suspicion of rape.
BUT full the investigation continues under the direction of detectives from the Bournemouth Criminal Investigation, and specially trained officers continue to provide support to the boy and his family.
Chief Detective Inspector Ross Graham, of CID Bournemouth stated: “We are doing our best to support victim in this case and family fully preserved updated.
“We carry out detailed investigation of this issue and our inquiries remain continuous.”
County Inspector General Darren Harris, of local police checkpoint, said: “We continue work jointly with The BCP Council and other partner agencies for ensure we have increased our visible presence along the waterfront and this effort will continue throughout the rest of the area of spring and summer.
“Policemen, police community support offices, employees of the Public Safety Accreditation Scheme (CSAS), and council employees can contact members of in public with any worries. Lifeguards and RNLI personnel can also come up, with their beach towers serving as a safe place for problem solving or further search help”.