Two Pathum Thani parents have appealed for help after their daughter was allowed to go home from school with a stranger.
The man arrived on a motorbike in the early morning claiming he needed to take the 11 year old girl to do some business with her parents, reported tnamcot.
But he took her elsewhere and raped her. Then he took her back to the school at 10am.
The man is currently being held in Thanyaburi jail and faces three charges.
The parents have appealed to reporters to get action from the school after they were told that they would not release CCTV footage to them.
They suspect this is to protect the school who may be trying to help the man for some reason.
They say that the school have already admitted that they let their daughter go with the man without checking any ID.
The parents have also taken their case to public help group the Paweena Foundation.
Investigating sergeant Thert Hannarong of the Nong Seua police said that a man called Somchai Siang-Ek, 21, is in custody and has been refused bail.
They say he has admitted going to the school to pick up a child that he didn’t know. He admitted rape in the Klong 14 area and then threatened her with death if she informed on him.
He has been charged with rape, abduction and threats made with a weapon.
Police are gathering further evidence. It is understood that the accused man was a former pupil of the school where he abducted the child.Facebook.
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