Teenager wanted in England in rape investigation detained by PSNI

A teenager, wanted in the UK in connection with a number of serious crimes, has been detained in the North.

Gardaí had been appealing for information on the whereabouts of Ryan Humpage, as he had travelled to Ireland in recent weeks.

Police in Lancashire, England, wanted to question 18-year-old Ryan Humpage in connection with rape, theft and assault allegations.

Teenager wanted in England in rape investigation detained by PSNI

On Wednesday, Gardaí put out an appeal for information about the teenager, after they established he had visited counties Kildare and Sligo in the last couple of weeks.

He was believed to be using various names - including Dylan Dunne, Ryan Willington, Ryan Williams and Karl Ward.

The PSNI confirmed this afternoon that Humpage has been located and detained in Antrim.

Arrangements are being made to have him conveyed back to England.


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