Hauts-de-Seine: two women raped in a hospital, a man wanted

The facts took place on July 27 at the Max-Fourestier hospital in Nanterre. An investigation is underway.

Investigators from the Nanterre police station are looking for a man suspected of the rape of two women, perpetrated in a hospital in Hauts-de-Seine, west of Paris, AFP learned from sources on Tuesday. consistent. These two women are aged 68 and 77, said a police source. They were raped by the same person, on the morning of July 27, thirty minutes apart, in the Max-Fourestier hospital in Nanterre, added a source close to the investigation.

According to these sources, the suspect, on the run, was a stranger to the hospital center. The Nanterre hospital told AFP that it reacted as soon as the first rape was reported to it, in particular thanks to a “immediate” mobilization of police forces to “launch research and intensify controls within the establishment”. A “video surveillance analysis” also “permit to obtain images of the individual”the hospital said in a statement.

The establishment assured that it had also put in place “additional security measures”as “strengthening of controls at the entrance to the hospital” and “more frequent rounds of security guards”. Since these two rapes, “instructions were also given to the management to make the teams aware of the security of the care services, in particular at night”, further argued the hospital, “in order to limit the risk of intrusion” within it.

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