Nepalese boy arrested in Sydney for planing sexual-acts with a minor

On the second day of a brand new decade, a Nepalese boy got arrested in Sydney, an Australian city for planning sexual-acts with underaged. Strike Force Trawler detectives detained the boy on Thursday from his apartment at Wentworthville, a western Sydney suburb after an extensive investigation, what they said. Police allege the Nepalese boy was making arrangements to meet the child for sexual intercourse through online dating.

The accused though he was dating with a 14 years old girl and began engaging online with her since November 2019. He expressed his wish to perform sexually-explicit acts with her along with sexually-explicit graphics. In two months of online conversation, he planned to set a sex-date with the child believing a 14-year teenager. Before the execution of his unseemly plan, Strike Force Trawler detectives unveiled the covert operation from the Child Abuse and Sex Crime Squad’s Child Exploitation Internet Unit (CEIU). After an extensive investigation, Strike Force Trawler detectives executed a search warrant at his unit and seized his laptop and other electronic devices for forensic examination.

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In reality, he was not engaged with a 14-year old girl there were Strike Force Trawler detectives who were acting as a minor girl to investigate online child sexual abuse and exploitation. Strike Force Trawler is a very successful ongoing investigation from the CEIU on the internet-based act of child sex-abuse to protect children from ill-minded people.

The boy was charged with use carriage service to procure a person under 16 years for sex and refused bail. Though Police not unveiled name and nationality of the accused Australian media revealed the 29-year old boy as Nepalese Sandesh Pathek.
Anyone with concerns about suspected child abuse or exploitation should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au.

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