Shock in Evia: a 30-year-old man raped a 13-year-old girl

Shock in Evia: a 30-year-old man raped a 13-year-old girl
Shock in Evia: a 30-year-old man raped a 13-year-old girl

Police officers of the Chalkida Security Police were faced with a shocking complaint in the past few days.

When the mother of a 13-year-old girl visited them, in order to report that the minor was a victim of rape by a 30-year-old man.

The incident, according to EL.AS sources. it happened between October 20 and November 4, when the minor was talking to the 30-year-old.

How did the 30-year-old act?

According to information, the 13-year-old’s family lives in Nea Styra in southern Evia and the 30-year-old approached the girl through social networks.

The 30-year-old managed to convince the minor to meet and then raped her

The 30-year-old man – who is of Albanian origin – communicated regularly with the 13-year-old, where after several days he convinced her to meet.

When they met, the 30-year-old raped her, with the minor girl not revealing to anyone the ordeal she went through.

They found the messages on her cell phone

However, it seems that a relative of the minor identified the messages that the 13-year-old had exchanged with the 30-year-old, before and after her rape.

Through them, she learned about the 30-year-old’s heinous acts and notified the mother of the minor, who went straight to the Chalkida Police to report the incident.

The competent prosecutor was immediately informed, while a preliminary investigation was ordered.

The Greek Police are looking for the 30-year-old man, but have not been able to locate him. According to EL.AS sources. the perpetrator may have changed his place of residence or even fled to Albania, in order to lose track of him.

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