Man jailed for sexual assault against a 14-year-old girl in Enfield

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A man has been jailed after being found guilty of sexual assault against a 14-year-old girl in Enfield.

Kim Lamplugh, 48, (10.04.73) of Birchwood, Birchanger, Essex was convicted at Hendon Magistrates’ Court sitting as Wood Green Crown Court on Tuesday, October 5 of seven counts of sexual assault in Enfield.

He was sentenced at Wood Green Crown Court on Monday, November 29 to two years and seven months imprisonment for the charge of sexual assault in Enfield, received a Sexual Harm Prevention Order and was ordered to sign the sex offenders register.

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On Monday 14 January 2019 the 14-year-old girl began work experience at the defendant’s business premises in Enfield. During the two-week placement, she was subjected to several sexual assaults in Enfield which escalated in nature.

The victim courageously reported Lamplugh’s behaviour to police and an investigation was launched.

He was charged on Wednesday, June 3, 2020, and released on conditional bail pending his trial.


Detective Constable Annette Corry from North Area CID the investigating officer said:

“This was a predatory offence intentionally targeting a vulnerable young girl.

“I would like to praise the courage of the victim in coming forward and bravely providing evidence, re-living her ordeal which led to Lamplugh being convicted.


“I urge anyone who is the victim of a sexual offence to speak to us. We will listen to you in the strictest of confidence, we will investigate, and we will use our specialist skills and expertise to do our utmost to bring offenders to justice.

“If you believe that you have been the victim at the hands of Lamplugh for any kind of sexual assault in Enfield or anywhere else then please come forward to police in confidence.”

Anyone with information is urged to contact North Area CID via 101, or by tweeting @MetCC quoting CAD3463/02DEC21.

Information can also be reported anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org.

+ Advice for anyone who has suffered abuse and details of charities that can offer support is available from our website 


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