Arrested businessman had ‘double life’

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A MAN, 36, was arrested in Albacete, southeast Spain, accused of the abduction and rape of several women.

In Albacete, he was a respected businessman, with a wife and children, but in Madrid, he was wanted for the abduction of one woman, raping another and several robberies.

His criminal ‘other life’ allegedly began in 2010 when he began to carry out burglaries when on business trips, mainly to obtain jewellery and cash, although he also kept ‘trophies’ from his victims.

With time, he began to commit other crimes and in October he allegedly pointed a gun at a woman in the Chamartin district and kept her captive for 12 hours, threatening her to obtain her credit card numbers and sexually abusing her before letting her go.

In November, wearing a balaclava he approached a woman at Barajas Airport, threatening her with a gun and forcing her into the boot of a car.

She was able to alert a colleague and her husband with her mobile phone, and was rescued in the Madrid area of Torrejon de Ardoz.

The attacker escaped but left behind a shotgun, an airgun and a machete.

He was traced to a farmhouse he used to carry out his criminal activity which was guarded by six dogs.

Police are now studying the ‘trophies’ he took to determine whether he was involved in other crimes.

He has been remanded to prison charged with rape, illegal detention, robbery, illegal weapons possession, causing bodily harm and car theft.

On the way to prison, he attempted to escape but was caught by police.

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