Police have carried out an investigation into a report of a historic rape at a house in Benchill Road.
Police began inquiries at the house last Monday and have stressed the inquiries do not relate to anyone currently living at the property.
A cordon was established while officers conducted their inquiries, which included the excavation of the property’s garden. The cordon has now been lifted and investigations concluded.
The current occupants were supported while police carried out their inquiries and will be supported throughout their return to the property.
Superintendent David Pester of GMP’s City of Manchester Division said: “We’d like to thank residents, particularly those living at the address, for their patience while we conducted our inquiries.
“I’m pleased to say those investigations have now concluded. A number of items have been recovered from the search. These will be taken away and assessed by forensic teams.
“I am aware of speculation surrounding this investigation. I want to make it absolutely clear that no human remains have been recovered during the forensic examination of the property.
“People in the area may notice a continuing police presence over the next couple of days while officers assist partner agencies with the current occupants’ move back into the property.
“We’re grateful for the support of all our partners within the community during this investigation.”
A Wythenshawe man has been charged after a woman was raped and a man was robbed in Manchester city centre.
Peter Timmins, aged 28, of Padworth Walk in Wythenshawe has been charged with two counts of rape and an attempted robbery on a woman. He was further charged with one count of robbery against a man.
He appeared at Manchester Magistrates’ Court and has been remanded in custody to appear at Manchester Crown Court, Crown Square on Monday 5 November 2018.
At around 3.15am on Sunday 7 October police received a report that a man had been robbed on a walkway off Travis Street.
Around 30 minutes later police received a further report that a woman was raped earlier in the same walkway.
An investigation was launched immediately.
A 30-year-old man has been charged after a woman was raped in Wythenshawe Park.
Daniel McBurney from Sale has been charged with rape and robbery and will appear before Manchester Magistrates Court today, Saturday 11 July 2015.
The charges relate to a report made to police on Sunday 5 July 2015 that a 25-year-old woman had been raped in Wythenshawe Park.
Police are questioning a man in connection with a report of a rape of a woman in Wythenshawe Park at the weekend.
At around 4am on Sunday 5 July 2015, it was reported to police that a 25-year-old woman had been raped in Wythenshawe Park.
Following an investigation, police have now arrested a 30-year-old man on suspicion of rape. He is currently in custody helping with inquiries.
Police are investigating the rape of a woman in Wythenshawe.
At around 4am on Sunday 5 July 2015, it was reported to police that a 25-year-old woman had been raped.
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