#AceNewsReport – Feb.15: The arrests, made as part of an investigation linked to the NCA’s Operation Stovewood, saw four men aged between 28 and 31 detained in Rotherham, and a fifth, aged 31, arrested in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire on Wednesday 10 February: The investigation relates an alleged rape in the Rotherham area in 2007, when the victim was just 12-years-old:
Operation Stovewood: ‘NCA officers have arrested five men over alleged 2007 rape of 12-year-old girl and they are all held on suspicion of rape, questioned by investigators and released on bail pending further enquiries’
Philip Marshall, the NCA’s senior investigating officer for Operation Stovewood, said: “ The NCA now have more than 40 separate investigations as part of Operation Stovewood with more than 260 identified suspects: “ We continue to encourage all victims to come forward and speak to us in confidence. We, and our partners, will work with them to ensure that appropriate support is in place and I hope these latest arrests send out the message that we will take these allegations extremely seriously: “ Victims will be listened to and they will be supported throughout.”Potential victims and witnesses can contact the Stovewood team.
Operation Stovewood is the single largest law enforcement investigation into non-familial child sexual abuse (CSA) in the UK: Officers are investigating allegations of CSA in and around Rotherham between 1997 and 2013.
#AceNewsDesk report ……….Published: Feb.15: 2021:
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