POLICE | Wetherill Park doughnut-shop owner charged over alleged child sex offences

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A man has been arrested and charged after he allegedly sexually touched a female teenaged staff member at a WetherillPark doughnut shop.

On Monday, August 12, the girl, 15, reported several inappropriate incidents she alleges occurred while she was working at the Wetherill Park business.

It's alleged that on the previous Monday, August 5, while working with her manager, a man, 54, he sexually touched her.

Two days later, on the Wednesday, it's alleged the man simulated a sexual act and suggested the girl accompany him to a hotel room.

It's alleged he tried to show the girl pornography on his phone that day.

The girl reported the allegations to staff at her school who notified Fairfield police.

About 11.15am yesterday, Wednesday, August 14, Fairfield detectives went to the Wetherill Park doughnut shop and arrested the man.

They took him back to Fairfield police station and charged him with sexually touching a child and procuring or grooming a child for unlawful sexual activity.

He was refused bail to be in Fairfield court today, Thursday.

  • Anyone who may have knowledge of inappropriate workplace behaviour in the Wetherill Park region is urged to contact Fairfield police, 9728 8399 or CrimeStoppers, 1800 333 000. Information treated in strict confidence. You're reminded not to report crime via police social-media pages.

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