Reynhard Sinaga: the way the Manchester rapist discovered his victims

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Warning: This piece contains records of intimate assaults

Reynhard Sinaga is thought to end up being the British’s “most prolific rapist” ever. For quite some time, until he had been caught in 2017, he preyed on teenagers enjoying every night away.

Princess Street, into the heart of Manchester’s town centre, is seldom peaceful.

It down from the impressive Victorian town hall on Albert Square, past bars, shops, restaurants, and converted textile warehouses, you reach the borders of two of the city’s most popular destinations – Chinatown and the Gay Village if you follow.

Beyond that, you arrived at a stretch of road bordered by nightclubs – Factory, Fifth, Joshua Brooks – a large the main town’s vibrant nightlife.

The road is also a popular area for student accommodation with its close proximity to two of the city’s universities.

Reynhard Sinaga, a 36-year-old student that is postgraduate had made this their house for over seven years, residing in a rented flat just a couple of moments’ stroll from Factory Nightclub.

Sinaga, initially from Indonesia, ended up being a perpetual pupil. Continue reading