Five men from Bradford and Sheffield in court on child sex charges

Five men have appeared in court charged with child trafficking and sex offences in relation to a 13-year-old girl.

The men, from Bradford and Sheffield, aged between 20 and 36, appeared at Sheffield Magistrates' Court.

All five were remanded in custody ahead of their next appearance at the city's crown court on 28 April.

The men are charged with offences including rape, trafficking and sexual activity with a child. No pleas have been entered yet to any of the charges.

Shakeal Rehmen, 26, of Rooley Lane, Bradford, is charged with rape and trafficking.

Mohammed Shapal, 21, of Haworth Road, Bradford, Usman Ali, 20, of St Mary's Road, Bradford, and Yaseen Amini, 36, of Lopham Street, Sheffield are all accused of sexual activity with a child.

Mr Shapal and Mr Amini are also charged alongside Bekir Rasheed, 35, of Ulverston Road, Woodseats, Sheffield, with trafficking.

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