Man admits carrying out two sex attacks on women, including a pensioner, in Northampton

Police released an image of Mohammed Haque after he committed a second sexual assault in Northampton
Police released an image of Mohammed Haque after he committed a second sexual assault in Northampton

A 21-year-old man from Northampton has admitted sexually assaulting two women, including one who is elderly.

Mohammed Haque, of Lindsay Avenue, Northampton, appeared at Northampton Crown Court on Monday and pleaded guilty to five charges relating to two attacks on women in the town, one in November 2014 and one in January this year.

Haque has admitted punching and sexually assaulting a woman who was walking through the Racecourse in Northampton at 5.30am on November 10.

Haque also pleaded guilty to a charge of trespass with intent to commit a sexual offence after he forced his way into an elderly woman’s home in Northampton.

The court heard that Haque sexually assaulted the woman and then robbed money from her property.

Haque will be sentenced next month after a probation report has been prepared. He was remanded in custody.