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Police confirmed today that a man arrested on suspicion of rape on Bar Stocks Road has been released pending further investigation.

Yesterday Wednesday, January 25th, a star Reported that a man was arrested on Tuesday on suspicion of offence, but Merseyside Police confirmed this morning that he has been released on conditional bail pending further investigations.

Although limited details have been released, here’s an update on what we know so far.

What happened?

Police received a report that a woman was walking home on Parr Stocks Road at about 9.15pm on Saturday, 14 January, when she was approached by a man.

She was taken to a grassy area between the fire station and Discount Motor Parts, where the alleged crime occurred.

Who was caught?

A 42-year-old man from St Helens was arrested on Tuesday 24th January.

When was he released?

On Thursday morning, January 26, the police confirmed that the man had been released on conditional bail pending further investigations.

What the police have to say

Detective Chief Inspector Paul Barry said: “Although we have made an arrest, we are still appealing for information to assist our investigation.

“We understand the concern such serious crimes cause in society and I want to assure people that we are assessing all possible evidence to determine what happened.

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“I will continue to ask anyone who lives locally and has home CCTV or doorbell footage to check their equipment between 9 and 9:30pm on Saturday January 14th.

Similarly, if you are traveling in a vehicle that has a dashcam, please check.

“Parr Stocks Street is crowded with cars and public transportation, so any of the bus or taxi riders might have seen something of value, too.”

How do you contact the police if you have information?

Contact investigators via MerPolCC or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 with ref 23000042356.

You can report an allegation of a sexual offense by calling 101 where you will be spoken to by specially trained officers or you can pass the information on to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. In an emergency, always call 999.