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Muslim Couple Attempt To Snatch Baby From Mothers Arms After Knocking On Front Door

Police are on the hunt for a couple of Muslim wannabe babysnatchers who attempted to snatch a child from its mothers arms on her own doorstep. The attempted baby abduction happened after she answered a knock on the door to a  Muslim male and a female wearing a hijab.

This is another of those mind boggling moments when you think what the hell must be going on inside the minds of this pair of wrong-uns to just randomly knock on somebodies door and attempt to snatch the persons child from her arms.

The E-fit of the man police are looking for in regards to the Hatfield incident.

Police have released an E-fit of a man they would like to speak to after a man and woman tried to grab a baby from her mother’s arms on her doorstep in Hatfield.

Police were called to a property in The Wades, Hatfield just before 5pm on Tuesday, August 22.

A police spokeswoman said: “It is reported that a man and woman knocked on the door of the property, asked the resident if she required childcare and then attempted to try to hold a baby who was in the arms of the resident.”

Detective sergeant Malcolm Dey, from the Hatfield Local Crime Unit, said: “This image has been created using the description provided by the victim.

“I would ask for the public’s help to identify the man pictured so we can ascertain his intentions that day.

“As a result of enquiries conducted so far, we have not received any other reports of incidents of this nature in Hatfield, however, I would like to hear from any residents in the area who may have had a knock on the door from this man offering childcare.

“He was in the company of a woman, who is described as being of Asian appearance and wearing a hijab.”

Anyone who thinks they may know the identity of the person pictured is asked to contact Hatfield Local Crime Unit on the non-emergency number 101 quoting ISR 513 of 22 August.

Alternatively, if you have any information about this incident you can contact the independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or through their Anonymous Online Form at http://www.crimestoppers-uk.org. No personal details are taken, information cannot be traced or recorded and you will never need to go to court.

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Two Women Sexually Assaulted In Hatfield By ‘Asian’

Two lone females have been targeted by an ethnic minority sex pest in separate random sex attacks. The attacks took place on footpaths in Hatfield, Hertfordshire which is just north of London in case  you had never heard of the place and curious where it was like i was. It saved you the trouble of looking it up 😉

Two 20-year-olds sexually assaulted in Hatfield

Do you know this man, police want to speak to him in relation to the sexual assaults.Do you know this man, police want to speak to him in relation to the sexual assaults.

By Ewan FoskettFriday, June 6, 2014  3:16 PM  WHTimes

Two 20-year-old women have been attacked and sexually assaulted in Hatfield, sparking a police manhunt.

Do you know this man, police want to speak to him in relation to the sexual assaults.Do you know this man, police want to speak to him in relation to the sexual assaults.

Both of the victims were walking on footpaths late at night and were hit before being set upon.

The first woman, 20 was walking on a footpath between Lemsford Lane and St Albans Road West, near to the junction with St Peters Close on Monday when she was preyed on.

At roughly 10pm a man approached her from behind and struck her head and then sexually assaulted her.

She pushed him off and then ran away.

Do you know this man, police want to speak to him in relation to the sexual assaults.Do you know this man, police want to speak to him in relation to the sexual assaults.

The second happened in St Albans Road East at 10.10pm on Wednesday.

The victim was walking on a footpath near St Luke’s Church listening to music through earphones.

A man grabbed her tripped her up and sexually assaulted her.

She screamed for help and the attacker fled.

Detective Superintendent, Pete Fulham, said: “We believe these two incidents are linked due to the description of the offender and his clothing provided by both the victims in this case, combined with the timing and close proximities of the assaults within Hatfield Town Centre.

“I can reassure Hatfield residents that the constabulary has a team of detectives working hard to identify, trace and arrest the man responsible.

“We have also increased police patrols in the area to respond to possible sightings of him in order to catch the offender, protect the public and to reduce the potential of further similar incidents.

“The offender was said to have spoken in a strong foreign accent and did not speak good English.”

Officers have released an image of a man they wish to speak to in connection with the investigation.

Supt Fulham added: “The man pictured may have vital information about what happened and I would urge the public to contact us immediately if they can identify him. He is wearing a distinctive white McKenzie sports jacket with darker coloured stripes.

“I would also like to speak to anyone who believes they may have witnessed these incidents or has been approached by a man in the area in similar circumstances to contact us.

“Whilst our investigations take place I would urge women and girls in the area to take note of some safety advice, including remaining alert when walking alone, being aware of your surroundings and sticking to busy, well lit areas.”

Police have issued this advice to women

Police are warning women to be on the guard:

  • · Stick to busy and well-lit areas
  • · Avoid short cuts through quiet, unlit, secluded or wooded areas and alleyways
  • · Stay alert
  • · Don’t use iPods or personal stereo headphones whilst walking or jogging because you may not be able to hear someone approaching
  • · Make sure someone knows where you are going and tell them when you’ve arrived
  • · If you think someone is following you, go to the nearest busy place
  • · Take a mobile phone with you.

 UPDATE: SEX FIEND ARRESTED 

Police last night (Friday) arrested a man in connection with two Hatfield sex attacks on 20-year-old women.

The man, whose age is currently unknown, was arrested on suspicion of sexual assault following police inquiries. The first alleged attack took place on a footpath between Lemsford Road and St Albans Road West, near to the junction with St Peters Close at 10pm on Monday.

A woman was approached from behind by a man who struck her to the head and sexually assaulted her.

She pushed him off and he then ran away.

A second woman was allefedly targeted on Wednesday.

She was walking through a footpath close to St Luke’s Church listening to music using her earphones, when a man grabbed her and tripped her over.

She fell to the ground and was sexually assaulted, the victim shouted for help and he ran off.

Despite the arrest, police are still keen to speak to anyone who has any information about either of these incidents.

Detective Superintendent Pete Fulham said: “I would like to speak to anyone who believes they may have witnessed these incidents or has been approached by a man in the area in similar circumstances to contact us.”