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A man who raped a lady he met on a dating app has been found guilty.

Following the March incident in north London, Ryan Mulhern, 41, entered a plea of guilty to rape and attempted rape.

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At Snaresbrook Crown Court on April 21, Mulhern, of Hornsey Lane, entered a plea of guilty and was found guilty of rape and attempted rape.

Just before 10 o’clock in the evening, a member of the public discovered the victim crying and declaring she had just been raped. They were then called to an address on Hornsey Lane in Haringey.

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The court heard that at 9.50pm on March 21, police were called to Hornsey Lane after a member of the public found a woman crying and stating that she had just been raped.

The victim, aged 25, explained that she had met Mulhern on a dating app and had gone to his house to meet up.

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Whilst there Mulhern raped her, she confirmed, explaining that she ‘repeatedly told him to stop but he continued’.

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She fled the house and then bumped into a member of the public who called 999.

Officers appointed a sexual offences investigations techniques officer to support the victim through her report and when giving evidence.

She was taken to a haven the following day for specialised support.

Officers launched an investigation which saw them ‘search several addresses looking for Mulhern, initially without success,’ a Metropolitan Police spokesperson confirmed.

They said: ’Numerous teams were deployed in a resource-intensive manhunt using a variety of tactics to locate and arrest him.

‘This pressure ultimately led to Mulhern’s arrest in Islington one day later on Wednesday, March 22.

‘The investigation team then worked tirelessly to secure evidence and ensure that Mulhern was charged and remanded in custody in order to remove a dangerous offender from the streets.’

Following Mulhern’s conviction, Detective Sergeant Sam Lockstone, who led the investigation, said: ‘I am incredibly proud of my team for supporting the victim throughout this investigation with such professionalism.

‘Arresting, charging and remanding Mulhern, and then him pleading guilty, within one month of the incident shows the dedication and commitment our teams have in pursuing justice for these horrific offences.’


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