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January 26, 2011

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Lickyalips

Here's Heidi again a coupler of weeks before this incident - and she's sticking to the same script -

'...A man pulled a 14-year-old girl into a car and raped her in Middleton.

Police are warning residents to be vigilant after the attack.

At 6pm on Sunday 28 December 2008, the victim was walking on Hilton Fold Lane when a man driving a blue car stopped next to her. He got out, opened the back door and dragged the girl into the back seat of the car. Both doors were locked from inside.

The offender then got back into the driver's seat and drove around the area for several minutes.

The victim remembers being driven past The Nowster pub on Kenyon Lane. There was a man standing at the back of the pub who seemed to recognise and acknowledge the offender.

The offender then drove onto a dirt track behind Kenyon Lane, known as Rose Street. He stopped the car, got into the back seat and raped the girl.

Following the attack, the girl managed to get out of the car and run for safety.

Her attacker is described as:

* a black male
* mid to early 20s
* 5ft 6in tall
* medium build
* stubble on his face
* a shaved head
* wearing a long sleeved shirt and dark trousers

The man who was seen in the car park is described as:

* a white male
* late 20s to early 30s,
* short brown hair

Officers are keen to speak to this man who may have vital information about the person responsible.

Detective Constable Heidi Edge said:

"The victim is traumatised by this terrible ordeal.

"The incident happened in the early evening, in the middle of the festive season so there may have been people in the area who could have seen something that might help us.

"While incidents of this nature are rare we would advise people living in the area to be vigilant about their personal safety."


TheOPINIONATOR

Thanks for posting this article - apparently it's the same police script across England - either than or we are both 'batty'.

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