London police are hunting a serial sex fiend who’s been attacking young girls before and after school. Nine victims, including seven children, have been targeted in south east London within the past few weeks, the Telegraph reported. Three were 11-years-old, four were 13 and the remaining two were 25 and 27. They were each approached...
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