Caught on camera: Boy to be quizzed over sex assault
A BOY suspected of sexually assaulting a woman as she waited to cross a road has been identified by Mail readers.
The boy is one of eight people named after the latest of the Caught on Camera appeals.
Detectives have received dozens of calls naming suspects whose images appeared in the Mail.
Police will now speak to the boy to discuss the alleged sexual assault, which happened when he "inappropriately grabbed" the woman as she waited at a crossing in Adelaide Street, west Hull.
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Detective Constable Justin Marrow, from the city's priority crime team, said: "We have had some really good results this time. It's great to get names for eight of the people that were featured and we will now be speaking to those people.
"I would like to thank Mail readers for their assistance as, without their help, some of these people may not have been identified and these crimes could have gone unsolved."
Two of the suspects have been charged after they were identified.
The men, aged 28 and 30, have been charged with attempting to burgle a garage in Hotham Road South, west Hull, last month.
Detectives are now planning to speak to several of the suspects who have been identified following the appeal.
A man and woman who are suspected of stealing a wallet left behind by a customer in Sainsbury's in Hessle Road, west Hull, handed themselves in to police after seeing their pictures in the Mail.
Readers called police to identify a man wanted on suspicion of assault in The Yorkshireman pub, city centre, in December.
He is believed to have punched the victim on the dancefloor in the pub before assaulting the victim's friend when he tried to intervene.
One of three men wanted for racially abusing a taxi driver after the group refused to pay a fare was also identified.
A police officer identified a man suspected of damaging a door in the laundry room of Cambridge Flats in Cambridge Street, city centre.
No action will be taken against a man who contacted police after he was pictured in connection with a theft from a taxi driver.
Police said there was insufficient evidence to prosecute the man, who denied being involved in the theft in Brisbane Street, west Hull.
Help police name woman suspected of damaging parked car
Police are continuing to appeal for the names of three suspects as part of the Caught on Camera effort.
A woman suspected of causing £500 of damage to a car outside Lizard Lounge in South Church Side, city centre, has not been identified.
She had been drinking in the bar when she went outside and sat on the bonnet and roof of the car while smoking a cigarette.
Detective Constable Justin Marrow said: "This is a really clear image so I am surprised the woman has not been identified. I would ask people to have another look at the picture and get in touch with us if they know who she is."
Two men who are suspected of racially abusing a taxi driver after they refused to pay a fare have also being hunted.
The men were dropped off in Victor Street, east Hull, when they threw bottles at the taxi and shouted racial abuse at the driver.
• Do you recognise any of the people pictured? If so, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01482 340629, quoting the image reference or crime number. Crimestoppers can also be called anonymously on 0800 555111.