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Man faces court over alleged abduction

A 20-YEAR-OLD prison escapee accused of kidnapping a five-year-old girl from her home in NSW's Riverina region has appeared in a Sydney court.
Trevor Ross Ryan is accused of grabbing the girl from the bedroom of her home in Cullen Road, Wagga Wagga, early last Saturday morning.
It's alleged the girl managed to escape a short time later after a neighbour heard screams and went to her aid.
Ryan, who escaped from Mannus Correctional Centre at Tumbarumba on July 14, then went on the run.
He was arrested in Pitt Street, Waterloo, in Sydney's inner city yesterday afternoon.
He was charged with offences including aggravated breaking and entering, taking and detaining a child with intent to remove them from parental control and was held in custody at Surry Hills police station.
Ryan, originally from Dubbo, said little as he appeared via audio-visual link at Parramatta Bail Court this morning, wearing a blue t-shirt.
No bail application was made on his behalf by duty solicitor Edward Tyler.
Magistrate Michael Morahan formally refused bail and remanded Ryan in custody, to appear at Sydney's Central Local Court on July 28

www.adelaidenow.com.au (23-7-2011)

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Man accused of trying to kidnap a little girl was arrested in Sydney yesterday after nine days on the run

A man accused of trying to kidnap a little girl was arrested in Sydney yesterday after nine days on the run.
Trevor Ross Ryan, 20, was found inside a unit in Pitt St, Waterloo - more than 500km from where he was last seen in Wagga Wagga.
During his time on the run, Ryan is suspected by police of attempting to kidnap a five-year-old girl.
Sex Crimes Squad boss Detective Superintendent John Kerlatec said Ryan had not changed his appearance, except to change his clothes.
"It's certainly a great relief for not only all the police involved but certainly the members of NSW and the ACT who have been waiting for this person to be placed in custody where he belongs," Supt Kerlatec said. "It's certainly a relief to many parents and many children out there who have been affected by this and I thank everyone who passed on information to police.
"The arrest took place without incident, there were a number of police on the ground very quickly and the person was placed into custody without any struggle."
Police allege he took a five-year-old from the bedroom of her family's home on July 15 but her screams woke a neighbour, who saw the terrified girl in a man's arms.
The neighbour chased after the pair before the man let the girl go and ran off.
Police have discovered a stolen Kia Rio dumped at Wagga Wagga and later a Mazda 323 stolen from Wagga Wagga abandoned on Sunday at Lucknow, near Orange.
About the same time, a white 1993 Mitsubishi Triton was stolen in Lucknow and has not been recovered.
Ryan had links to many parts of NSW, including Dubbo and the Waterloo area.
Supt Kerlatec said police were searching the Waterloo unit, which belonged to someone Ryan knew.
Ryan was being questioned by police at Surry Hills police station and was charged late last night.
He was refused bail and will appear before Parramatta Bail Court today.

The Daily Telegraph (23-7-2011)
Katherine Danks

Girl's screams thwart abduction attempt

NSW Police Sex Crimes Squad officers will join in the hunt for a man who attempted to abduct a five-year-old girl in south western NSW.
In what police have described as "every parent's worst nightmare", the girl was allegedly taken from her bedroom by a man in Wagga Wagga at about 4.50am (AEST) on Saturday.
A male neighbour, who was awoken by the girl's screams, saw her in the man's arms and began pursuing the pair, police said.
The man then let go of the girl in Cullen Road and ran off.
The girl was distressed but not physically harmed and has been reunited with her parents.
Sex crime squad officers were expected to arrive at Wagga Wagga this afternoon to help with the investigation.
Wagga Wagga Local Area Commander, Superintendent David Simmons said it was "an incredibly traumatic event" for the family but that they also "had a lot to be thankful for".
"Thank goodness he (the neighbour) woke up," Supt Simmons told AAP.
"Who knows where it would have gone had it not been thwarted by him."
At this stage, police do not believe that the man who took the girl was related to or a close friend of the family.
Supt Simmons said there was "no knowing" if the man would make another abduction attempt in the area.
He has called on people to review their home security and talk to their children about safety.
"You just can't afford to leave windows and doors open anymore.
"We will be doing everything we can to monitor the situation and to see if anything else comes up."
The man has been described as 183cm tall and of thin, athletic build.
He was last seen wearing dark pants, white shoes and a white shirt and is believed to be aged in his 20s.
Police are urging anyone who knows the man's whereabouts or identity to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

AAP 16-7-2011

Trevor Ross Ryan was discovered missing from Mannus Correctional Centre and detectives would like to speak to him.
Police hunt alleged child abductor

Police in the Dubbo area are appealing for public assistance in locating a man who may be able to help in the failed abduction of a little girl
Officers attached to Wagga Wagga Local Area Command have appealed for public assistance to locate a man who may be travelling in the Dubbo region and may be able to assist with inquiries into the alleged abduction of a child.
Trevor Ross Ryan was discovered missing from Mannus Correctional Centre about 4.30pm on Thursday (14 July 2011).
The 20-year-old was serving a three year and three month maximum sentence for stealing, break and enter, and motor vehicle driving offences.
Ryan is described as being of Aboriginal appearance, about 177cm tall, of medium build, with brown eyes, and black hair shaved on both sides.
Detectives would like to speak with him in relation to an alleged incident about 4.50am yesterday (Saturday 16 July 2011) when residents of a home in Cullen Road in Wagga Wagga were woken by the screams of a young girl.
A male neighbour saw the girl being carried by a man and gave chase
The girl was released in Cullen Road and a man was then seen running north.
He was chased by the neighbour and was last seen in Edward Street near Dobney Avenue.
Investigators are continuing to examine the circumstances surrounding the alleged incident and have renewed an appeal for public assistance.
In particular, they would like to speak with 20-year-old Trevor Ross Ryan, who may be within the Dubbo area in a white 1993 Mitsubishi Triton (Reg. No. SPV-999).
Meantime, police are advising residents of the Dubbo area to be vigilant in relation to their personal safety, particularly within the home or when travelling in a vehicle. Safety tips include:
Lock doors and windows – don’t leave doors or windows open
Don’t leave property unattended
If you have a car or home alarm, use it
If you have a perimeter set-up on your home alarm, use it
If travelling in a motor vehicle, do not offer assistance to hitch-hikers
Report any suspicious behaviour to police.
If you have any information call Triple Zero or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

The Sunday Telegraph (17-7-2011)

Trevor Ryan
Jailbreaker search enters day 3

An image of the escapee who fled a Tumbarumba prison this week has been released as the search enters its third day.
Corrective Services officers are assisting police in the search for Trevor Ross Ryan, 20, who escaped from the minimum security Mannus Correctional Centre about 3.30pm on Thursday.
Ryan, who is believed to be from Dubbo, is serving a maximum three years and three months for stealing, break and enter and driving offences.
He was eligible for parole consideration in February next year.
“They can basically just walk out any time they want but generally they’re there at the end of their sentence so it’s not in their interests to leave otherwise they get put into maximum security,” Sgt Craig Middleton, of Tumbarumba police, said.
Sgt Middleton said there had been no more sightings of the fugitive since Thursday night and no cars had been reported stolen.
“We’re still out there looking for him but he’s either gone to ground or he’s been successful in getting a lift or stealing a car that hasn’t been reported yet,” he said.
Sgt Middleton said police believe Ryan may be headed to Wagga.


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