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This man is wanted over alleged sexual acts on public transport

Police are re-appealing for information from the community to locate the man pictured who is wanted over offences committed on public transport.

Raymond Cornwall, aged 64, is wanted over alleged sexual acts committed on public transport.

Mr Cornwall was last seen at Central Railway Station just after 1pm yesterday.

He is described as being of Caucasian appearance, with a fair complexion and grey hair. He was last seen wearing a blue polo shirt, black pants and white sneakers.

Mr Cornwall is known to frequent Campbelltown and Eagle Vale areas.

Police have conducted numerous inquiries and are appealing for anyone who may have seen him to contact police.

If sighted, members of the community are urged not to approach him, but to contact Triple Zero (000) immediately.


In a separate case, a man was due to re-appear in court today charged over the alleged historical sexual assault of three girls in the South West Sydney region.

In June 2019, detectives from the State Crime Command’s Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad commenced an investigation following reports three girls were sexually abused by a man, who was known to them, between 1989 and 2012.

Following extensive investigations, a 57-year-old man was arrested following a vehicle stop at Buxton, just after 5am yesterday.

He was taken to Narellan Police Station where he was charged with two counts of sex assault-indecent assault [victim under the age of 16 and under authority], and four counts of aggravated sex assault [victim under the age of 16].

Police will allege in court that the girls – then aged nine, 10 and 11 – were in the man’s care at the time of the offences.

The man appeared at Campbelltown Local Court yesterday, where he was formally refused bail to re-appear today.

The Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad is comprised of detectives who are specially trained to investigate matters against children and adults, including sexual assault, serious physical abuse, and extreme cases of neglect.

Anyone with concerns about suspected child abuse or exploitation should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page:

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