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Rape on a pier in Bournemouth: a man must in court today

A MAN must appear in court today in connection with alleged rape of teenager on Bournemouth waterfront.

Dorset police were reportedly called at 2:41 pm. on Saturday, May 7 to announce that 14-year- the old man was raped by a man in in public the toilets at Bournemouth Pier come up somewhere between 8:30 and 8:45.

An investigation was launched by Bournemouth CID detectives.

The man was arrested on Monday in connection with Incident.

Chief Detective Inspector Ross Graham, of Bournemouth’s CID stated: “After fast- operational examination and consultation with Crown Prosecution, we have been given the right to bring charges 51-year- an old man from Bournemouth with rape, and he must stand trial before Poole Magistrates’ Court. on Wednesday, May 11, 2022

“Specially trained officers continue to provide support to the boy and his family and they were updated with This latest development.

“Our investigation into this allegation of wrongdoing remains continues and I call on any witnesses or anyone with information please contact Dorset Police.

“This matter is now pending before the court, and therefore it would be completely inappropriate for Dorset Police in comment further at this time. It is important to justice system allowed follow his course.

“I will like remind public that this case is now the subject of active litigation, and it is important to emphasize that should do not comment or share of information online or on social media which could potentially prejudice this litigation.”

County Inspector General Darren Harris, of at the local police checkpoint, said: “We understand that this report of an offense will cause great members’ concerns of in public. Local area police officers team will bear out increased patrolling over next week and you can come with any worries.

“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 Members may address officers, officers of the Public Safety Accreditation Scheme (CSAS), and council staff. 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”.

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