Cops get tips of molester

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POLICE are grateful to those offering information on the possible identity of the woman who took a video of herself molesting a toddler.
Police Commissioner David Manning said that after the release of the picture of the woman, tips had been flooding in on who the woman was.
“We are following up all the information we have received and are grateful to the public who have come forward with information,” he said.
He said all information received were being treated as confidential to protect the identities of the informants.
“We will not divulge any information on the informants.
“All we want is to ensure that the woman is caught and taken off the streets,” he added.
The two-minute video shows the woman undressing herself before sexually assaulting the child.
“How can a woman undress a child and rape her? The child is seen crying in pain and cannot speak as the woman rapes her,” Manning said.
“This is disgusting and I will ensure this case goes all the way to court.
“Police cybercrime unit and other domestic and foreign agencies are on standby to assist.
“Social media has really corrupted our social and moral values.”
A disgusted Manning told The National that what was shown on the video was “animalistic and vile”.
“I am concerned about the use of social media to openly flaunt the law and unashamedly display an act that would offend any reasonable sound-minded person,” he said.
“Our priority is to identify and bring to justice this female, and equally important is to remove the child from any further harm and contact with this person and anyone else entertaining this type of illegal behaviour.
“It is both horrific and sickening to deliberately subject an innocent child to this act.”
Anyone with information on the identity and whereabouts of the woman and the child should contact Sergeant Job Eremungo of the Family and Sexual Violence Unit on telephone 76526156 or the nearest police station.