A woman has claimed that a few weeks ago, she was groped by pervert swimmers on a beach in Bournemouth where a 15-year-old was allegedly raped on Sunday.

The news of the rape led one woman to post on social media about how she was molested in the same place, reported Daily Mail.

The woman said that a few weeks ago when she went to the spot, everyone was "groping" her in the water that was full of swimmers. She couldn't catch or identify the culprit as there were hundreds of people who were passing next to her. She kept swimming to other areas to avoid getting molested, but claimed that it happened everywhere. But she said that she was fine following the groping incident.

Meanwhile, police are searching for a 17-year-old boy in connection with the Sunday rape in Bournemouth. The 15-year-old girl was raped in the sea in the presence of several beachgoers, who were not aware of the crime.

At the time of the incident, the girl was with her friends. They were beating the heat in the water by playing with a ball. Then the ball landed in front of a boy, who threw it back to one of the group members. The boy then started talking to the victim. He later pulled her out deeper into the sea where he reportedly raped her.

The accused, described as possibly of Pakistani descent, reportedly told the schoolgirl that he was 17 years old and hailed from Birmingham.

According to detective Inspector Wayne Seymour, of the Major Crime Investigation Team, an investigation into the matter is on, reported The Sun.

He said that he is aware that at the time of the incident, the beach was very busy, so he has appealed to anyone who may have witnessed the crime to contact cops. He has also urged people who were on the beach to check any images or video that they had taken on that day, and see if they had captured anything that could help police regarding the incident.

Seymour informed the public that following the disturbing episode, officers from the local neighborhood policing team will carry out patrols in the area.

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