Mohammed Ali Sultan jailed for additional sex offences

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Mohammed Ali Sultan was sentenced to an extra six years in prison and five years on licence

A man jailed three years ago for his part in a West Midlands child abuse ring has been sentenced to six years after a separate investigation.

Mohammed Ali Sultan, 28, is currently serving a seven-year term after admitting having sex with two teenage girls, one of whom was 13 years old.

Last month he was convicted of two counts of rape and one of attempted rape.

He was given a six-year jail extension at Shrewsbury Crown Court on Tuesday.

Sultan, formerly of Victoria Avenue, Wellington, will also serve a further five years on licence.

West Midlands Police said the latest offences dated back to 2007.

Det Ch Insp Neil Jamieson welcomed the sentence and said it "clearly indicates the danger Sultan poses to the community".

"This has been a traumatic process for the victim and one which has taken some time to come to a conclusion," he said.

"I'd like to praise her bravery in coming forward to report offences and for her determination to ensure Sultan has been brought to justice."

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