Man arrested on suspicion of raping woman near Parr Stocks Road

A MAN has been arrested on suspicion of rape following an incident on Parr Stocks Road.

A 42-year-old man from St Helens was arrested yesterday Tuesday 24 January and remains in custody.

The arrest is related to a report on Saturday January 14.

Police received a report that a woman was walking home on Parr Stocks Road at around 9.15pm when she was approached by a man.

She took them to a lawn between the fire station and Discount Motor Parts where the alleged crime took place.

We continue to ask for information

Detective Chief Inspector Paul Parry said: “Although we have made one arrest, we are still asking for information to assist our investigation.

“We understand the concern that such serious crimes raise in the community and I want to reassure people that we are looking at all the evidence we can to determine what happened.

“I would continue to ask that anyone who lives nearby and has video footage from home cameras or doorbells check their devices between 9pm and 9:30pm on Saturday 14 January.

“Even if you were in a vehicle with a dash cam, please check.

“Parr Stocks Road is packed with cars and public transport, so bus or taxi passengers may have seen something of value as well.”

Contact Detectives via @MerPolCC or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 with reference 23000042356.

You can report a suspected sex offense by calling 101, where you will be approached by specially trained officers, or you can provide Crimestoppers with information anonymously on 0800 555 111. Always call 999 in an emergency. Man arrested on suspicion of raping woman near Parr Stocks Road

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