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HEROIC store workers followed a suspected sex beast preying on a lone woman - and saved the terrified victim when she began screaming. Co-Op employee Andrew Parkinson noticed pervert Nathan Rawson stalking a customer on February 27 last year after serving him in a Leeds store.
The father-of-four alerted colleague Paul Muscroft after he watched Rawson hide in a phone box and begin following the woman at 6am. But have-a-go heroes Mr Parkinson and Mr Muscroft ran to the petrified female's aid and Rawson fled the scene leaving behind a just-purchased passion fruit drink bottle with his incriminating DNA..
At Leeds Crown Court today, Rawson was jailed for 21 months after being found guilty of the offence by a jury. After the case Mr Parkinson, from Castleford, West Yorkshire, said: "I realised he was up to something as he was pretending to be drunk and then as soon as he saw her walking away he acted normally and walked quickly behind her. I think we only did what people would do and I'm glad she was ok.
Mr Muscroft said: "A lot of people these days just turn a blind eye to bad things happening around them, but we are not like that. Inspector Howie Milner said the two men are a "credit to themselves and to their employers". He added: "Their actions have clearly prevented this incident going any further and saw the recovery of a crucial piece of evidence that placed Rawson at the scene.
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