Suspect seen near where 8-year-old was attacked while going to toilet, say police. Police are seeking witnesses to a sexual assault on an 8-year-old girl just 50m from the main entrance of a popular Southland beach. The little girl was playing at Oreti Beach, near Invercargill, at about 4pm on Saturday when she was attacked. The suspect had been seen by other children playing in the area just before the girl was assaulted. It is understood she was at the beach with her family and was assaulted when she went into the sand dunes to go to the toilet. In a statement last night, police confirmed the location of the attack where they had identified a "male suspect". That's just disgusting, it's absolutely terrible. It's just a nice safe beach. Invercargill and Oreti residents were outraged by the attack and posted comments about what had happened on social media sites. Locals said they were shocked and appalled that the 8-year-old had been subjected to such an awful ordeal.
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A young man who had sex with a vulnerable year-old girl on Skegness beach has been jailed for five years. The young girl first got in touch with Timothy Young, then 23 years old, on Facebook before he later travelled from his Nottinghamshire home to start a sexual relationship. Mr Watson said the two of them met again a fortnight later when Young suggested they get together. That was where they would have sexual intercourse. She says that happened on four occasions. On the fourth occasion, this defendant had asked her whether she wanted to start a family. She agreed and they had sex without protection. Mr Watson said that Young knew that the girl was vulnerable. She spoke of having an eating disorder. The offences came to light after a relative of the girl saw her with Young and challenged her.
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