Reynhard Sinaga, a sexual predator, is back in the spotlight after his photo with bruises was circulated to the public. It is a photo after he was found and arrested by the police.
The investigation into Reynhard’s case began when the vicious predator was found in a pool of blood on the bathroom floor of his apartment in central Manchester in June 2017. Reynhard was found after being beaten by a teenager who was his victim.
The Greater Manchester Police have released images for the first time, ahead of the BBC documentary “Catching a Predator”, which chronicles the police investigation into Reynhard’s crimes.
According to the documentary series, three police detectives led the investigation and tried to find Reynhard’s victims to speak up. One Reynhard victim named Daniel was brave enough to speak in front of the camera and tell his story as a victim. Speaking to BBC Two in the documentary Catching a Predator, Daniel said he decided to speak up to help Reynhard’s victims.
Reyhard Sinaga is serving a minimum of 40 years in jail after being convicted of committing 159 offences, including 136 rapes, against dozens of men in Manchester, according to The Guardian.