An investigation was opened after two women were raped in a Hauts-de-Seine hospital on July 27. Law enforcement is looking for one man.
An investigation was opened within the police station of Nanterre (Hauts-de-Seine) after the rape of two women, last month, in a hospital of the department. These acts were allegedly committed by a single same man, reports the site of La Provence. In detail, it was last July 27, in the morning, that two women aged 68 and 77 were raped at the Max-Fourestier hospital thirty minutes apart.
Women raped in a Hauts-de-Seine hospital: a foreign suspect at the center
Sources close to the case indicate that the alleged perpetrator would be a stranger to the hospital center. The facility reported that immediately after receiving the report of the first rape, it responded and allowed a “immediate” mobilization of police forces to “launch research and intensify controls within the establishment”.
Images obtained by CCTV
The statement from the Nanterre hospital adds that a CCTV analysis also have “allowed to obtain images of the individual”. And that consequently to these facts, “additional security measures” were taken, such as“strengthening of controls at the entrance to the hospital” et “more frequent rounds by security guards”.
Following the rapes, the statement continued, “instructions were also given to management to make teams aware of the security of care services, especially at night”And this “in order to limit the risk of intrusion”. According to the latest news, the wanted man, at an unspecified age, has not yet been apprehended by the authorities.