Courland

Courland Bay, Tobago.

A man from Plymouth, Tobago is in police custody following the rape of a British tourist in the sister island yesterday. The alleged attack happened at around 1.30 a.m. in the Courland Bay area.

The woman, said to be a retired engineer from Warwickshire, had been liming with the 42-year-old suspect and had a few drinks earlier on Wednesday night before the man attacked and raped her early Thursday.

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WPC Carrington is continuing investigations.

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