Paedophile Aaron Collis jailed for a minimum of five years

PUBLISHED: 12:22 28 October 2009 | UPDATED: 16:11 11 May 2010

Aaron Collis

Aaron Collis

A PAEDOPHILE who admitted sexually assaulting young children has been jailed for a minimum of five years. Aaron Collis, 24, formerly of Worcester Way, Melbourn, had earlier pleaded guilty to 11 offences relating to five girls. He was given an indeterminat

A PAEDOPHILE who admitted sexually assaulting young children has been jailed for a minimum of five years.

Aaron Collis, 24, formerly of Worcester Way, Melbourn, had earlier pleaded guilty to 11 offences relating to five girls. He was given an indeterminate sentence with a minimum term of five years.

At Cambridge Crown Court today (Wednesday) he was also placed on the sex offenders register for life and is subject to a sex offenders prevention order for an indeterminate period.

As reported in The Crow earlier this month, Collis' crimes were discovered when his neighbour, Jason Dobney, borrowed a camera which contained a video clip showing Collis abusing a young girl.

Det Sgt Andrea Warren, from Cambridgeshire Police, said: "Aaron Collis' actions have caused heartache and misery for the parents of his five victims.

"I can only hope that today's sentence can bring some closure for the families involved," she said.

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