‘Hidey hole’ paedophile Michael Dunn was today jailed for 27 years for his terrifying catalogue of sex crimes spanning five decades.Dunn carried out sex attacks on four women and girls in abuse carried out in the Greater Manchester and Teeside areas.
Dunn, 57, sexually assaulted three young girls while living in the Hattersley area of Tameside, raping two of them, and repeatedly raping a woman.
Other attacks were carried out after he moved to Redcar, Teesside.
The 57-year-old knocked a hole in a wall to create a secret cavity to hide one victim, aged just 14, from police.
The space behind his fridge, camouflaged with a false wall was guarded by Alsatian dogs.
Pictures of the compartment show a shelf containing bottles of alcohol, including Bacardi rum, above the hiding place.
He used some of the female survivors of his abuse as “possessions” to do with as he wanted, a Crown Court trial heard in January.
He had them “in his thrall” and they felt “almost powerless” against him, jurors were told.
It has since emerged that one of his victims went to Greater Manchester Police in 1993 but no action was taken.
Prosecutor Richard Bennett said Dunn was a “violent, controlling and sexually abusive man”.
He said the paranoid and short-tempered tormentor used violence when his sexual demands were not met.
He told how Dunn took advantage of one girl - who had already been raped and beaten by another man - for his own sexual gratification.
Dunn groomed, molested and raped her when she was a vulnerable underage child.
She told him to stop his sexual advances but he persisted and sexually assaulted her.
She did not want sex with him but he ignored her and repeatedly forced himself on her.
Dunn’s crimes was brought to justice after a victim made a police complaint to Cleveland Police in 2014.
The woman gave evidence in Dunn’s subsequent trial and has thanked the Cleveland force for bringing her abuser to justice.
Dunn, of Alfred Street, Redcar denied 19 charges and claimed the allegations were lies and the sexual attacks did not happen.
Jurors convicted him on 16 charges - 10 of rape, three of indecent assault, three of false imprisonment after two days of deliberations.
An investigation has now been launched into how Greater Manchester Police handled the case in the early 1990s.
Dunn’s estranged brother Robert has also claimed that he had reported his brother to social services and police as far back as 1992.
The force voluntarily referred themselves to the IPCC, who are investigating why the young girl’s cry for help was ignored.
IPCC Commissioner Jan Williams said: “We will be looking to see what reports were made to the police at the time and how they were responded to.
“We will then review whether or not the allegations were dealt with in accordance with the national policing policies and guidance in place at the time.”
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