Unfortunately, the number of criminal activities is continuing to be quite high. This weekend, the Hungarian Police successfully ended the paedophiliac relationship of a 35-year-old man and a little girl and have managed to find important archaeological artefacts at a suspect’s house.
Officers in Érd arrested and detained a 35-year-old man who had a secret sexual “relationship” with an underaged girl, said the police. According to the announcement, the relationship between the man and the little girl began two years ago. He somehow charmed the then-11-year-old girl, and she started having feelings for him. After a while, the emotional attachment turned into physical attraction.
The man knew all along that they had to keep their relationship a secret, and he persuaded her to do the same to avoid getting caught.
According to 24, the man was willing to travel hundreds of kilometres from his residence in Győr-Moson-Sopron County to secretly meet the girl in a forest. He had sexual intercourse multiple times with the little girl during such meetings which they agreed upon via messages.
Their relationship came to light when the child finally confessed to her parents’ questioning, and her father immediately filed a complaint with the police.
Police investigators from Érd captured the paedophile on the afternoon of October 14, 2020. The 35-year-old man gave a detailed confession during his interrogation. He did not deny his actions. His cell phone and computer equipment were seized at his residence. Due to a well-founded suspicion of sexual abuse, further proceedings are being conducted by the Érd police headquarters.
The police investigators in Kunszentmiklós are proposing charges of theft against a man from Szabadszállás who is suspected of keeping archaeological artefacts that he found in the ground, said the Bács-Kiskun County police headquarters on the police’s website.
It was explained that a representative of a museum filed a complaint about an archaeological find in September 2019 after he came across a photograph of a sabre in very good condition on social media. The artefact seemed to be hundreds of years old.
According to 24, based on the photo, experts thought the artefact was from the Hungarian Conquest. The man who shared the picture claimed on social media that he had found the object on the border of Szabadszállás with the help of a metal detector, then dug it up and took it home.
Since in Hungary, archaeological artefacts are state property and are protected by law, police investigators searched the house of the 30-year-old man from Szabadszállás.
The investigators did not find the sabre. As it turned out, the man was simply posting a picture he downloaded from the internet. However, the investigators did not leave empty-handed: several true archaeological artefacts were found in the property of the suspect. The artefacts, mostly made of bronze, are from around the 12th and 13th century B.C., while a pierced bronze fibula is from the Roman era, more specifically from around the 2nd to 3rd century.
Source: 24.hu, Police.hu