Police hunt man after 'disturbing' sex attack on girl, 10, at station

Police hunt man after ‘disturbing’ sex attack on 10-year-old girl in shopping centre at Victoria Station in London

  • The girl was assaulted in Victoria Place Shopping Centre on Saturday, June 11
  • Officers are investigating the ‘disturbing’ incident, which happened at 2.50pm 
  • Police say they want to identify the man and speak to him about what happened

Police have issued CCTV images of a man they want to urgently speak to after a ‘disturbing’ sexual assault on a 10-year-old girl at a railway station. 

British Transport Police says it is ‘very confident’ the man in the images can help their investigation into the incident, which took place inside Victoria Railway Station in London.

Officers say the incident was ‘particularly disturbing’ due to the young age of the victim and is appealing for help from the public. 

The girl was in Boots in the Victoria Place Shopping Centre, which is within the station, when she was assaulted at around 2.50pm on Saturday, June 11. 

British Transport Police  want to speak to the man pictured above after a 10-year-old girl was sexually assaulted at a railway station

Officers say they are ‘very confident’ the man pictured can help with their investigation into the incident at Victoria Railway Station on Saturday afternoon

The incident took place in the Boots store inside Victoria Place Shopping Centre (pictured) on June 11

Detective Constable Tony Gittins said: ‘This is a particularly disturbing incident given the very young age of the victim, and we are working tirelessly to identify the person responsible and bring them in to custody for questioning.

‘I would like to appeal for the public’s help in identifying the man in the CCTV images, who we are confident will be able to assist with our investigation.’

Anyone who recognises the man, or has any information, is asked to contact BTP by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 327 of 11/06/22.

Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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