Windsor Rape Jihad: Female Dragged Into Woods And Raped

The Muslim rapewave of the UK continues…….the number of random sex attacks where the disgusting person responsible is described as ‘Asian’ is staggering. Such a small percent of the population vastly over represented in terms of being the perpetrators of such vile crimes

Teenager ‘dragged into woodland and raped’

An 18-year-old woman was dragged from the roadside into woodland and raped in a horrific attack shortly after she left a village railway station in Berkshire.

The victim was dragged into woodland off Majors Farm Road Credit: ITV Meridian

The woman was walking away from Datchet railway station at about 10.10pm on Wednesday when she was approached by a man.

Police said she initially tried to ignore his advances, but after a few minutes he grabbed her and dragged her to a wooded area at the junction of Majors Farm Road, Ditton Road and London Road.

Thames Valley Police said the woman was being supported by specialist officers.

The attacker is described as an Asian man of average build, aged about 35 to 45. He had receding black hair which was longer on top but shorter on the sides, and a prominent nose.

Police cordoned off an area of woodland Credit: ITV Meridian

He was holding an umbrella and wearing a smart jacket or blazer, a dark patterned scarf and blue jeans.

This is an extremely detailed description of the offender and I am hoping that someone will recognise the man and contact police immediately.

We are conducting a thorough investigation but we need the help of the public to bring the perpetrator to justice.


Detectives have urged witnesses or anyone with information to contact police.

Police Release E-fit Image Of ‘Asian’ Male Wanted For Slough Sex Attack

Another predatory paedophile wanted for a sex attack on a schoolgirl

E-fit released of man in connection with Slough sexual assault

Thames Valley Police has today released an e-fit image of a man it wants to question in connection with a sexual assault in Slough.

The assault took place between 4pm and 5pm on April 18 when a 15-year-old girl was walking in Gloucester Avenue and was approached by a man who tried to engage her in conversation.

As she walked away, the man grabbed her and she ran away. She turned around as she left and saw him exposing himself.

The man is described as Asian, about 5ft 4ins tall, in his late thirties, with short black hair and stubble.

He was wearing a thick striped jumper with horizontal red and beige stripes and light coloured grey tracksuit.

Anyone who recognises the man is asked to contact investigating officer PC Jane Pearman from Slough local CID on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Teen Girl Hurt After Three Cowards Attempt To Rob Her In Wycombe

Bullying scumbags targeting teenage girls to steal their pocket money. 


Teenage girl hurt in robbery attempt

5:31pm Monday 10th February 2014 in NewsBy Neil Phillips

Bucks Free Press: Teenage girl hurt in robbery attemptTeenage girl hurt in robbery attempt

A TEENAGE girl was left with a black eye and scratches down her face after a robbery attempt in High Wycombe.

At 5pm on Sunday, February 2, the girl was walking to the local shop when three boys in their late teens approached her.

They demanded she give them her money but she refused and tried to walk around them.

One of the boys then grabbed her face and pulled her backwards, causing the victim to have a black eye and scratches across her face.

She then called for help. A passer-by approached and the boys ran away.

The first boy was described as Asian, around 17 to 18-years-old, around 5ft 6ins tall and had green eyes. He wore a black beanie hat and a long black coat.

The second boy is described as around 15 to 16 years old. He was around 5ft 3ins to 5ft 4ins tall, of a large build with braces on his teeth and wore a raincoat.

The third was aged from 17 to 18-years-old, had brown eyes and wore a grey hoodie and a dark coat.

Anyone with information should contact PC Whitcombe from High Wycombe via the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101.

If you don’t want to speak directly to the police, you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at Crimestoppers-uk.org No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.


Thames Valley Police Arrest 4 For Child Exploitation. More Paedostani’s ????

Whats the odds that the 4 nonces police  have arrested in High Wycombe are followers of  ‘the religion of peace’ ?  I’d say bookies wouldn’t even take a bet its that much of a dead cert. The arrests were as part of  Operation Ribbon, the same child exploitation investigation that resulted in the arrest of 8 Muslims a couple of months ago for deviant sex crimes. With police stating that there will be more victims out there who they hope will now come forward. There may be more Islamo-nonce arrests in the near future. At this rate the government best start making plans to build a new prison to hold all the Muslim nonces there’s been that many of them lately (See Muslim grooming/ paedo map)


High Wycombe: Child Exploitation Arrests

29th January 2013, 10:09

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Four men have been arrested in High Wycombe on suspicion of sexually abusing a girl.

Officers investigating child exploitation made the arrests this morning (29/1).

The men, aged 19, 20, 21 and 22, are alleged to have committed “various sexual offences” against the girl and are currently in police custody.

Area commander Superintendent Gilbert Houalla said: “Today’s arrests are a continuation of Operation Ribbon, which is an investigation that began last year into child sexual exploitation.

“I would like to assure you that the police in the Wycombe district will always protect the vulnerable and challenge any offenders without fear or favour, none of which could be done without the support of our community.”

Thames Valley Police said they believe it is likely there are more victims who have not spoken to officers, and encouraged them to come forward by calling 01296 396396.

A spokesman said officers work closely with Buckinghamshire County Council’s child protection team, and deal with each case with respect and confidentiality.

Anyone worried about somebody who may be a victim of child exploitation can call the ChildLine charity on 0800 1111 or visit its website, http://www.childline.org.uk, the force said.

People can also call Buckinghamshire County Council’s First Response Team on 0845 4600 001 if they have any concerns around child sexual exploitation.

Eight people were charged last year in connection with the case.