Bletchley man added to Violent and Sex Offender Register

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A man has been given a five-month prison sentence and added to the Violent and Sex Offender Register after being convicted of sexual assault.

Shah Mohamed Sahil Ahmed, 31, of Queensway in Bletchley, was found guilty of two counts of sexual assault at Amersham Crown Court last Friday (February 27).

The court heard that Ahmed was using the public swimming pool at Bletchley leisure centre on July 29 last year when he twice indecently touched an 18-year-old girl who was using the pool at the time.

He was sentenced to three months in prison for the first assault and five months in prison for the second assault, to run concurrently, and received a five year Sex Offender Registration Order (SOPO).

Investigator Samantha Arnold said: “I am pleased with the result, as the victim has received the justice she deserves for coming forward and giving evidence.

“I would also like to thank Bletchley Leisure Centre staff for their co-operation during the investigation and subsequent court trial.”