Vile sex beast raped woman in children’s play park and then went back to pub

Police have jailed a rapist who attacked a woman in a children's playground before going back to the pub.

Adrian-Nicu Cozac stalked a vulnerable woman he saw leave a bar alone in Ely, Cambridgeshire.

The 33-year-old had been drinking in the same venue on Newham Street on Ferbruary 1 when he saw her leave at around midnight.

He followed the terrified woman, before grabbing her and steering her into a nearby playground, Cambridgeshire Live reports

He then violently raped her before going back to the bar where police arrived soon after and arrested him outside.

In an interview, he claimed it wasn’t rape because “she didn’t say anything”.

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Cozac, of Lynn Road, Ely, was found guilty of rape at Cambridge Crown Court on Monday (July 26) and was jailed for eight-and-a-half years.

DC Amie Meston, who investigated, said: "Cozac was a predator who saw opportunity in a vulnerable woman walking alone.

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In an interview, he claimed it wasn’t rape because “she didn’t say anything”.

“Throughout the investigation or court case, he has shown no remorse for his actions or the disgusting crime he had committed.

“The case shows that both the police and the justice system take sexual offences very seriously.”

Cambridgeshire Constabulary has specially trained officers (STOs) who, in the event of a sexual offence, will provide practical and emotional support throughout the investigation and court process.

STO PC Chris Enright said: “Survivors of sexual violence can have confidence that Cambridgeshire Constabulary and other partner agencies will support them throughout the investigation and criminal justice process.

“I commend the victim for her bravery in coming forward and supporting the investigation and for having the strength and courage to give evidence at crown court.”

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