Suspect rapes his grandmother and cousin

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A 28-year-old eSwatini national was arrested for robbery and raping his grandmother and cousin in Amsterdam.

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According to the police, they allege that an 87-year-old pensioner and her 26-year-old granddaughter were asleep last Sunday, June 5 when the ordeal took place. “At around 03:00am in the morning, suddenly the old woman felt someone pulling over her blanket. She then woke up only to find it was her grandson,” read a statement.

The grandson allegedly instructed her to keep quiet and raped her. He then proceeded to his cousin who was sleeping on a sofa in the same room and rape her too.

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“After the ordeal, he allegedly went back to his grandmother and demanded money. The old woman gave him all the money she had. They then reported the matter to the police in the morning and the suspect was found on the streets and was arrested.” The suspect faces two counts of rape and house robbery. He will appear at the Amsterdam Magistrate’s Court today.

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