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Rape wave in Karlstad: 7 rapes and attempts of rape in couple of week time in the end of October

It looks like that some sort of rape wave is going on in Karlstad and surrounding areas. Two more rapes have been reported in the end of this month in addition of five rapes that made the news couple days a go, reports PT Media.

 

Previous rape happened saturday 20th of october, but police officials haven’t given basicly any information of this incident. All that is known this far is the fact that young under aged girl was attacked on saturday night. Unknown man attacked the girl and raped her.

Yet another incident happened on thursday 18th in the middle of the day. This deed ended to be only an attempt of the rape. Women was walking the dog, when again a unknown man assaulted her. Man punched her and tried to pull off womans clothes ”like a madman” as local newspaper NWT tells. Womans small dog started barking loudly and with that women was able to hit the man and was able to run away, as did the attacker.

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