We are aware of a number of social media posts circulating which may identify potential victims of sexual offences in connection with the live investigation into Reynhard Sinaga.
We would like to stress that under the Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 2000, victims of sexual offences have a lifelong right to anonymity and therefore any post which identifies victims of sexual offences constitutes a criminal offence. Additionally these posts risk jeopardising an ongoing investigation into serious crime.
Please be mindful when sharing any social media posts.
Introducing @GMPDogs Aayla and Murphy, who have just qualified as drugs, firearms and cash detection dogs. Their training has taken six weeks, and involves going out and about to busy environments to meet people and other dogs. They both passed and are now ready for action and will be out on the streets of Greater Manchester with their new handlers.
Aayla is a 15-month old Springer Spaniel who was born at GMP and bred specifically to be a police dog. Despite her subdued look, she is a bundle of energy and power and her natural ability to search was shown on her course when she visited venues across Greater Manchester. Her nose has already led her to many successful finds in her training. She has a bright future ahead and will work with her handler, PC Mark Richardson.
Murphy is a two-year-old Springador (Springer Spaniel cross Labrador) who through no fault of his own, found himself in the care of Spaniel Aid, who are a charity that helps rehome dogs. He is a very clever dog and the charity thought he was best suited to a working role so he started his working life at GMP. Over the last few months he has been out to places, such as, Manchester Airport and Piccadilly train station where he has met lots of people. He has taken everything in his stride and is very popular and will be working with his handler, PC Rob Kinley.