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Leading the investigation, Detective Chief Inspector Andrew Furphy said: "We are aware that there might be further victims who have not yet spoken to police.

If you are a victim, or know someone who has been a victim of a sexual assault, I can assure you your information will be treated with strict confidence and sensitivity and we can also access specialist support where needed." District crown prosecutor at Crown Prosecution Service London South, Radhia Karaa, said: "Kevin Bond carried out a series of sexual assaults on young women including children in South East London.

Bond is currently being held in custody and awaits a sentence next month.

Before his arrest, Bond and his 52-year-old wife Diane, lived in a three-bedroom house in Chislehurst, with their two children and two grandkids.

The property was, however, put on the market in February and sold for nearly

Leading the investigation, Detective Chief Inspector Andrew Furphy said: "We are aware that there might be further victims who have not yet spoken to police.If you are a victim, or know someone who has been a victim of a sexual assault, I can assure you your information will be treated with strict confidence and sensitivity and we can also access specialist support where needed." District crown prosecutor at Crown Prosecution Service London South, Radhia Karaa, said: "Kevin Bond carried out a series of sexual assaults on young women including children in South East London.Bond is currently being held in custody and awaits a sentence next month.Before his arrest, Bond and his 52-year-old wife Diane, lived in a three-bedroom house in Chislehurst, with their two children and two grandkids.The property was, however, put on the market in February and sold for nearly $1,100,000. His wife Diane put the house on the market pretty soon after his arrest but I don't know whether she's managed to sell." Another neighbour informed: "Diane lived in the house with her daughter Lucy and her two grandsons, who were aged about three and six. They didn't really let many people know, just sort of left quickly and quietly." "Nobody blames them, however, they're victims as well and have been made to suffer the consequences of his actions.In a conversation with Daily Mail, Bond's 69-year-old neighbor John Thompson said: "He was arrested earlier this year, February I think. My son was woken up and at first, he thought the shouting was from people drinking out in the street." "He went to tell them to keep the noise down but when he looked out the window he saw Kevin behind led out his house in handcuffs and into a waiting police car." "My son also said Kevin's son, who is aged about 18 or maybe a bit older, was in cuffs too. Kevin had a lovely home, a lovely wife, a son and daughter plus to lovely grandsons and he's thrown it all away.AN ICE hockey player, who "ripped a woman's knickers in two" and left her fearing for her life during a terrifying sex attack, has been jailed for four years.

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Leading the investigation, Detective Chief Inspector Andrew Furphy said: "We are aware that there might be further victims who have not yet spoken to police.

If you are a victim, or know someone who has been a victim of a sexual assault, I can assure you your information will be treated with strict confidence and sensitivity and we can also access specialist support where needed." District crown prosecutor at Crown Prosecution Service London South, Radhia Karaa, said: "Kevin Bond carried out a series of sexual assaults on young women including children in South East London.

Bond is currently being held in custody and awaits a sentence next month.

Before his arrest, Bond and his 52-year-old wife Diane, lived in a three-bedroom house in Chislehurst, with their two children and two grandkids.

The property was, however, put on the market in February and sold for nearly $1,100,000. His wife Diane put the house on the market pretty soon after his arrest but I don't know whether she's managed to sell." Another neighbour informed: "Diane lived in the house with her daughter Lucy and her two grandsons, who were aged about three and six. They didn't really let many people know, just sort of left quickly and quietly." "Nobody blames them, however, they're victims as well and have been made to suffer the consequences of his actions.

,100,000. His wife Diane put the house on the market pretty soon after his arrest but I don't know whether she's managed to sell." Another neighbour informed: "Diane lived in the house with her daughter Lucy and her two grandsons, who were aged about three and six. They didn't really let many people know, just sort of left quickly and quietly." "Nobody blames them, however, they're victims as well and have been made to suffer the consequences of his actions.

The video showed him attacking a 15-year-old girl and fleeing the scene at around 8.30 am.

In another incident, Bond grabbed the crotch of a 13-year-old, as she was on her way to school and accompanied by her friend.

The same day, at around 9.30 am, barely ten minutes after the first assault, he attacked another woman, who was waiting for the bus on the same road, getting close and grabbing her crotch.

After leaving in the early hours, he met the victim, who had lost contact with her friends.

The court heard they chatted and initially kissed – but she told him she did not want to have sex.

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