Horrifying discovery on rock found in park

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The shocking sexual abuse of a schoolgirl that went on for seven years ended when she detailed the ordeal on a stone she left in a park. 

A person was horrified when they came across the stone in Turkey, posting a picture on social media where it was shared with police who tracked down the girl and arrested the alleged attacker. 

It was revealed a neighbour had allegedly repeatedly raped the girl from when she was aged five to 12.

She was reportedly terrified about telling her parents what had happened, but after one alleged attack wrote about it on a stone which she hid in the park in the district of Kepez in the Turkish province of Antalya.

"I am 12 years old, I was raped ... I am still being raped. Please help me!" she wrote on the stone along with her name. 

A stone found in a park with details of an alleged rape.
The stone detailing the alleged rape was found in a park. Source: Newsflash/Australscope

After the police got involved in the incident, the Kepez District Police Department teams determined that the person who wrote the messages on the stone was a girl who lived nearby with her family.

She was interviewed in the Child Monitoring Centre accompanied by a psychologist, confirming the story that she was allegedly sexually abused by her neighbour for seven years.

News website Son Dakika reported that it was determined that the alleged attacker had moved to the province of Adana a while ago, however, he continued to allegedly sexually assault the girl when he returned to Antalya to visit.

Adana Provincial Police Department teams contacted by the Kepez District Police Department determined the suspect's new address and detained him.

The detained suspect was arrested by the court on June 15 and placed in preventative custody.

Many lawyers and members of NGOs have announced on social media that they will follow the case.

There is no update on the girl's condition or whether she is still with her family.


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