Police arrest Sudanese man for alleged sexual assault

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August 19, 2012 11:54

 
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Police arrested a Sudanese man last Friday suspected of sexually assaulting a young woman inside a public bathroom in Herzliya, the second sexual assault allegedly carried out by African migrants in the Tel Aviv area in the last week.

The incident was first reported in a statement by police on Sunday morning, in which they said that the 20-year-old woman was using a public bathroom in Herzliya last Thursday morning when the suspect, a janitor working at the scene, sexually assaulted her.

He was arrested soon after by officers from the Glilot precinct and brought to a court hearing, where his remand was extended until Wednesday.

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