Police release footage of suspect raping girl, 11 years old, after she had finished school in London.

  • The victim was waiting at a bus stop around 4 p.m. on September 30, when man approached.
  • She grabbed her wrists, and pulled her out of the station and into the park. 
  • He took her cellphone, pulled her arm and kissed her.
  • According to the suspect, he is between 30 and 40 years old with messy shoulder hair.
  • Anybody who recognizes the image should call 101 to report it to police

A man armed with knives raped an 11-year old girl and took her from London’s bus station.

On September 30, at 4 p.m., the victim, a young girl, was led from her home to Finchley in North London.

Metropolitan Police has released today a CCTV picture of an individual they want to speak with in relation to the assault. 

Police have released a CCTV image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the sexual assault of an 11-year-old girl in London

A CCTV photo of the man police want to talk to has been released by London Police in relation to the sexual assault on a 11-year old girl. 

The young victim, who was being ridden on various buses by passengers, was alone at the stop. It was Sussex Ring, Westbound toward Mill Hill, or Whetstone.

Police said that the suspect attempted to talk with her and inquire about various buses.

Then he asked her to take him to the park.

After she declined, he pulled her aside from the station and took her into the park. He told her that he had a knife.

The man – described as being between 30 and 40, with pale white skin, brown eyes and messy shoulder length hair, wearing blue jeans and black trainers – then led the victim down towards the canal and behind a tree.

Police say he grabbed her hand and kissed her, before taking her cell phone.

A young girl was waiting at Sussex Ring bus stop, Westbound towards Mill Hill, Whetstone, when an unidentified male approached and pulled her away. 

Chris Finnegan, Detective Constable from North West Command Unit, based in Wembley stated that this was an attack on a young girl who had been extraordinarily brave in coming forward.

“I want to stress the fact that these sexual assaults continue to be rare. However, we are committed to supporting victims as well as identifying and prosecuting those who cause it.

“We urge anyone who has been a victim or witness to sexual offenses, and/or who suspects that someone is doing it, to call police immediately so we can find the perpetrator.”

If you have any information or can name the person in the photograph, please call 101 and quote CAD5239/30SEP21.