Diverse Men gang rape young London woman in alleyway
CCTV footage showed the three men taking turns to rape the helpless young woman
Three rapists have been jailed for an “atrocious attack” on a woman they coerced into an alleyway in Barking.
A security guard saw the attack taking place on July 10 while monitoring CCTV and immediately called police.
CCTV footage showed the three men take it in turns to rape the young woman after coercing her down the alleyway.
The three men were arrested within an hour of the incident and charged with rape within 48 hours.
The trio were found guilty in January after a trial and were sentenced at Snaresbrook Crown Court on Monday (March 13).
Miguel Clino, 20, of Norfolk Road, Barking was jailed for eight years; Devon Cato, 20, of Boundary Road, Plaistow was sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment and Nizandro Caimanque, 21, of Central Park Road, East Ham was jailed for seven years and six months.
Det Sgt Harry Nunez, from the East Area serious sexual offences team, said: “This was an atrocious attack on a young woman who was targeted and subjected to sustained, serious sexual violence.
“I would like to recognise the victim’s bravery who has supported this investigation throughout.”
The woman was approached by the three men in Barking town centre at around 6am on the day of the attack, which she has no recollection of.
The security guard provided updates to police as they made their way to the location.
Officers secured CCTV to capture the events leading up to and after the incident. Forensic results were prioritised and returned with positive results for all of the defendants to secure the criminal charges so quickly, police said.
Det Sgt Nunez added: “The actions taken early on in the investigation by police to secure key evidence such as forensics and CCTV were also key in building a conclusive case against the evil men responsible for this horrendous and sickening crime.”
Det Con Ben Wallen led the investigation and praised the efforts of his colleagues.
He said: “I hope this result will reassure anyone who has been a victim of sexual violence that the police will fully support you and work hard to ensure those responsible will be caught and put before the courts.”Mirrored From: newhamrecorder.co.uk
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