In the middle of the day, a rape case took place in a park in downtown Seoul, and the victim fell into critical condition. This incident took place in a situation where the police were carrying out ‘special security activities to respond to heinous crimes’.
The Seoul Gwanak Police Station announced that it had arrested a man in his 30s who was suspected of rape at around 12:10 pm on the 17th토토사이트.
Mr. A is accused of assaulting and sexually assaulting a woman in her 30s with a metal tool at a park in Sillim-dong, Gwanak-gu this morning. It was found that Mr. A did not live in Sillim-dong or knew the victim. The police believe that Mr. A climbed to the foot of Mt. Gwanak, which is connected to the park, and committed the crime in a forest where no one was there.
At around 11:44 am, the police were dispatched to the scene of the crime after receiving a report from a hiker who heard a scream, “Please save me,” and arrested Mr. A at the scene of the crime. The victim was taken to the hospital immediately after the incident and received emergency treatment, but was found to be unconscious.
According to the police, Mr. A came out negative as a result of the simple drug reagent test, and he was not in a drunken state. It was confirmed that Mr. A was not subject to wearing an electronic anklet due to sex crimes, etc. The police said they are investigating the exact circumstances of the crime, and that they plan to confirm whether Mr. A has a mental illness by receiving a search and seizure warrant later. The police plan to apply for an arrest warrant for Mr. A on the 18th.
This incident took place while the police declared a ‘special security activity’ for the first time in history. On the 21st of last month, when a knife rampage took place near Sillim Station on Seoul Subway Line 2, followed by a knife rampage at Seohyeon Station in Seongnam, Gyeonggi Province on the 3rd, the police began to prevent crime by mobilizing armored vehicles and police special forces. As murder notices and terrorism threats continued targeting various parts of the country for the past month, an average of 10,000 police forces were deployed a day.