Bringing Light to the Darkness of Human Trafficking (Trafficking in Persons)

The victim was approached by the brute while waiting alone for a bus in Yalta, in the Russian annexed region of Crimea and then tricked into following him to a remote spot

A YOUNG woman was captured by a predatory rapist and held prisoner in a derelict building for weeks.

The 24-year-old victim was “befriended” by her kidnapper at a bus stop in Crimea on August 5.

The woman was beaten and raped for two months

Her sister reported her missing the following day, leading to a massive search across the coastal region.

Police have now freed her and disclosed she was held in an abandoned building near the Yalta-Sevastopol highway.

The 36 year old alleged kidnapper has not been named.

He faces up to ten years in jail on charges of rape, abduction and robbery.

"He raped her multiple times, and stole her jewellery and mobile phone,” reported

A source close to the investigation said: “The suspect was at a bus stop in Yalta where he lured the victim to a fenced site.

“Keeping her there against her will, and threatening to kill her, he regularly raped her.”

He kept her in the disused building returning with food and committing further sexual violence, say detectives.

The rapist stole belongings from her worth £465, it is alleged.

A missing persons notice posted on social media said Olga had gone missing after leaving her house wearing an orange T-shirt, light coloured skirt, black sandals and she carrying a silver bag.

Her sister led a public campaign to find the missing woman.

Police have not commented on the woman’s health since her release.

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