Three men dragged a man off the street into a takeaway shop before subjecting him to a sustained and brutal attack. A reckless driver led police on a high-speed chase before getting out and dumping drugs in a garden. A man was found with a serious head injury inside a car which had been flipped on to its side in the middle of a road.
Three men have been convicted of sexually abusing vulnerable teenage girls after police found a "treasure trove" of evidence against them.
Police said the offences took place in Nottingham city centre between February and January They related to three girls in the care system who were 13 to 15 at the time, the force added. Nottinghamshire Police said they started an investigation into the men in September after concerns were raised by agencies in charge of supporting two of the girls.
Officers spent 12 months gathering evidence before carrying out co-ordinated raids on the same day in March Police found a "treasure trove" of digital evidence, including "ificant evidence of grooming and abuse" on the men's phones against two of the girls and a third who had not been ly mentioned in inquiries. Det Insp Jamie Hill said: "These vulnerable young people were sexually abused and exploited by adult men who knew full well that what they were doing was wrong.
These men groomed them for sex over a sustained period - sending and receiving sexually explicit messages. As is often the way with reports of child sexual exploitation, this case started not with a complaint by the victims, but by the very grave concerns of other people. Send your story ideas to eastmidsnews bbc.
Latest news and stories from the East Midlands. Waqas Akhtar, 26, of Glentworth Road, Radford, Nottingham, was convicted at Nottingham Crown Court on Tuesday of sexual activity with a girl under 16, penetrative sexual activity with a girl under 16, two counts of engaging in sexual communication withand meeting a girl under 16 years of age following grooming Hamza Shazad, 27, of Ewart Road, Forest Fields, had earlier admitted three counts of making indecent photographs of children, one count of possessing extreme pornographic images and three counts of distributing indecent photographs of .
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He denied engaging in sexual communication withtwo counts of causing or inciting a girl aged 13 to 15 to engage in penetrative sexual activity and one count of meeting a girl under 16 years of age following grooming. A jury found him not guilty of these counts on Wednesday Mohammed Saeed Ahmed, 22, of Vale Crescent South, ly pleaded guilty to engaging in sexual communication withcausing or inciting a girl under 16 to engage in sexual activity and sexual activity with a girl under 16 Ansar Ahmed, 30, of Radford Road, Nottingham, was cleared of all charges against him Waqar Akhtar, 27, of Glentworth Road, Radford, Nottingham, was dismissed from the trial as there was insufficient evidence against him.
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