Jailed former Met Police cop David Carrick is accused of assaulting five other women
Jailed police rapist David Carrick has been accused of assaulting up to five other women.
The former PC is also under investigation for a sexual assault allegedly committed when he was 13.
The new claims are reportedly being investigated by the Serious Crimes Unit in Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire.
Carrick, 48, was sentenced to 36 life terms in February for 85 offenses including rape, sexual assault and false imprisonment of 12 women.
He will serve at least 32 years.
A senior police officer who led the major crimes team that brought the monster to justice said ten other people have shared information about Carrick since his incarceration.
Det Chief Insp Iain Moor told The Sunday Times: “The team is now working with the CPS and is investigating all these new allegations.
“I think there are more women (victims) out there.”
Carrick from Salisbury, Wilts joined the Met Police in 2001.
He then worked with the Department of Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection.
The now-fired officer used his job to gain victims’ trust before attacking them.
Meanwhile, anti-corruption police officers have discovered that 161 serving Met officers have criminal records — about one in 200.
Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley wants police chiefs to have more powers to sack misbehaving police officers.
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