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Kebab shop owner charged with rape by police investigatin

g murder of 14A seaside kebab house owner has appeared in court charged with historical child sex offences by police investigating the disappearance and murder of 14-year-old Charlene Downes, whose body was never found. Kashif Gul, 39, is accused of rape

, attempted rape, gross indecency with a child and indecency with a child in relation to one female victim aged 14 and 15. Gul, from Blackpool, L

ancs., was one of two men arrested on Monday in the town by detectives investigating the murder of the

schoolgirl, who vanished in 2003, as part of Operation Awaken. Lancashire Police say there is no suggestion the latest 14期六肖中特开马结果 arrests are directly connected to the murder investigation. Gul, who runs the takeaway shop in Foxhall Road and just a few yards from the Golden Mile, appeared at Blackpool Magistrates Court today before he was remanded in custody by Judge Pamela Baldwin. He is due to appear at Preston Crown Court on July 27 and his lawyer Leisa Splaine said her client would deny the accusations. Charlene Downes vanished from the Lancashire resort on November 1 2003 with no trace found of her despite a lengthy and complex investigation, numerous media appeals and a 100,000 reward offered. Gul will appear at Blackpool Magistrates Court, pictured, today (Image: PA) The ongoing probe is one of Lancashire Polices

largest and longest running inquiries and, as well as examining the teenagers disappearance, is also looking at the wider issue of alleged child sexual exploitation in the resort. A 50-year-old man also arrested on Monday and questioned on suspicion of indecent assault and taking indecent images of a child has been bailed pending further inquiries. Lancashire Police say

they are still pursuing those responsible for Charlenes death with a

team of detectives dedicated to the unsolved murder and are also probing alleged child sexual exploitation in the town. Sen

ior investigating officer Det Supt Andy Webster

said: I firmly believe that there are people who know what happened to Charlene but have not come forward to speak to the police. You may have been present when she was murdered or may simply have information about how she was killed and what happened to her body. If your reluctance is due to fear of reprisals, I would still urge you to co

ntact us, he continued. We will ens

ure that every measure is taken to ensure your safety but the first step requires you to speak to us. Also, if you are afraid you could incriminate yourself, let me assure you that our objective is to find Charlenes killer or killers.

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