Scottish police arrest man over child sexual assault in Clydebank supermarket
Sunday, September 23, 2012
Police were initially alerted to the incident at 31 Britannia Way in Clydebank approximately 1355(1255 ) Tuesday. According to , the boy's mother had given him permission to enter the toilet by himself as she waited outside. Police said the incident took place in the minutes following the boy's entrance into the toilet; upon his departure, the boy raised the alert.
"This is an isolated incident, nevertheless, one that has caused significant stress to the young child and his family," said Detective Inspector Graham Cordner, who said the child was not injured and is at home with his family.
Police said that they had taken one whole day to interview the child and an additional day to have initial investigations into the incident. All supermarket staff have been questioned andvideo has been examined.
"We have taken this report very seriously", said a spokeswoman for Asda. "We alerted the police and are supporting them fully in their investigation."
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