2014-01-24 17:14:01 Source: Sydney Original Website Alisonedit

Sydney News Earlier on January 1, Australian Eastern Time, a series of sexual assault cases occurred in Melbourne CBD. The police had to issue a warning to remind women not to go out alone. Today, the culprit of this series of sexual assault cases, a Colombian teenager was arrested and brought to justice.

On Friday, the 17-year-old Colombian teenager was found at a camp in Johanna near Apollo Bay and was arrested by the police shortly after noon. He is currently being questioned by the police and has not been charged.

In several sexual assault cases in recent days, a 22-year-old woman was dragged from Southern Cross Station to the stairwell of a building on Saturday morning. The victim was on her way to work.

In the morning of the same day, the police received a report from three women saying that they were followed by a man to the women’s toilet at Southern Cross station. As a last resort, they locked the toilet cubicle and called the police.

After reviewing CCTV footage related to multiple cases, the police determined that the two cases were related to two other cases that occurred in recent months, and they were both committed by the same man: December 12, a 7-year-old woman She was raped at a car dealership on Kings Way. On December 24, a 12-year-old woman was attacked on Bourke Street.

The police appealed to people familiar with the matter to call the anti-crime hotline 1800 333 000 to contact the police to help solve the case.

(Alison)