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Thu, 07 Dec 2017 18:48 - Updated Thu, 07 Dec 2017 18:48

Police in Huila report rapes of 14-year old girl

Lubango - A fourteen-year old girl was sexually assaulted on Tuesday by an unknown citizen during a daylight in Lubango municipality, southern Huila province, said the spokesperson for the National Police in Huíla, Superintendent Carlos Alberto.

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Huíla: Supects detained by the police

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Speaking to ANGOP, the official who took stock of the events of the last seven days explained that the teenager was raped when she was returning from school at 13 o'clock, and the assailant forced her to go to a forest where he committed the crime.

He said police are struggling to identify the perpetrator and instruct the criminal case for further trial.

Carlos Alberto appealed to the young women to avoid traveling alone and not to walk in streets with little movement of people, especially at night.

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