A teenage intruder who found a young mother at home with her baby pushed her from a window after trying to sexually assault her, NSW police say.
Police arrested a 15-year-old boy yesterday and charged him with attempted sexual assault.
The 20-year-old victim was at home with her eight-month-old baby around 3.30pm on August 12 when the youth allegedly walked into her Summer Street home and attempted to sexually assault her before punching her and pushing her through an open window.
The youth then allegedly took cash from the property and ran out the front door where he was last seen riding a bike east along Summer Street towards Coronation Drive.
The woman was treated for bruising and shock.
Her child wasn’t touched during the attack.
Detectives from Canobolas LAC arrested the youth at a home in Orange at 8.30am yesterday.
He was charged with inflicting actual bodily harm with the attempted sexual assault, assault with an act of indecency, aggravated entering a dwelling with intent and theft.
He appeared in Orange Children’s Court yesterday afternoon, where he was refused bail and will remain in juvenile detention until his next court appearance in November.
A teenage intruder appeared in court yesterday, charged with attempting to sexually assault a 20-year-old woman in her Summer Street home.
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