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Teacher in Manus charged with rape
A teacher at a primary school in Manus has been arrested and charged for allegedly raping a 13 year old female student, The National (December 1) reports.
According to acting provincial police commander, Senior Inspector David Yapu, the incident happened at Baso Primary School on Lou island, Manus province.
It is alleged that the accused, a 25 year old man from Mbunai village, followed the girl into the school storeroom where he locked the door and assaulted her. The female student later revealed the incident to her fellow students and friends, and the matter was reported to the police.
The suspect was charged with two counts of sexual penetration and abuse of trust. He is expected to appear at the Lorengau District Court for mention this week.
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