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Ipswich man jailed for attempted rape and sex assaults

PUBLISHED: 16:57 22 June 2018 | UPDATED: 16:57 22 June 2018

Sebastian Tynny, 36, of Sirdar Road, Ipswich, has been jailed for attempted rape and three sexual assaults Picture: SUFFOLK POLICE

Sebastian Tynny, 36, of Sirdar Road, Ipswich, has been jailed for attempted rape and three sexual assaults Picture: SUFFOLK POLICE

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A 36-year-old man from Ipswich has been jailed for seven-and-a-half years after being convicted of an attempted rape and three sexual assaults.

Sebastian Tynny, of Sirdar Road, pleaded guilty to all four offences when he appeared at Ipswich Crown Court on Tuesday, June 19.

The sexual offences against a teenage girl took place in Ipswich in September 2016.

Speaking at the conclusion of the case, Detective Constable Rory Prior thanked the victim for her ‘strength and resilience’.

He said: “I am very pleased Tynny has entered a late guilty plea to all the offences he was charged with in what was an incredibly complex and long case.

“I wish to personally thank the victim for their strength and resilience throughout the process.

“Suffolk Constabulary and the Ipswich Safeguarding Unit will continue to dedicate ourselves to bringing offenders such as Mr Tynny to justice.”

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