Investigation into non-recent sexual assault: officers appeal for local information going back to the 1990s
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Investigators looking into a non-recent case of sexual abuse are looking to speak to residents for some very specific information.
The investigation team need to obtain details of when a ‘kick-wall’ was removed from an area of wasteland between Conifer Road and Palm Road in Southampton.
Police Staff Investigator Keely Osborne said: “From records, we have established that the wall was put up in 1979 and we believe it was removed in the 1990s, however the exact time it was taken down is a key to our investigation and it has not been recorded anywhere.
“We know the wall was used by children to play football against. Those children would now be grown up and may have moved out of the area. We have conducted house to house enquiries and gone through archive records to ascertain the date however we have not been able to pin down when it was removed.
“We know this sounds like quite an odd request however the information could prove really valuable to our case. If you can help, please get in touch.”
Can you help?
Anyone with information should call 101 and quote 44200286895.
Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.