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'Depraved' police detective wanted to abuse girl, 8, with woman he thought was her mum

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A police detective who arranged to meet what he thought was an eight-year-old girl online has been jailed. Lee Cunliffe was arrested in October and suspended from his role as a detective constable when he was charged.

This week he pled guilty to multiple child sex offences after he was snared by undercover cops pretending to be a mother with an eight-year-old child who was offering her daughter up for sex.

Various messages were sent between the two where Cunliffe made numerous attempts to arrange to meet up with the mother and her child in London and sent inappropriate, detailed messages.

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