Repairman accused of molesting boys

Last updated 15:17 13/01/2014

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A washing machine serviceman in Dunedin is accused of indecently assaulting 10 boys between 1980 and 2010 - and police say there may be more victims out there.

Leonard James Mulholland, 71, would face 95 sexual offending charges relating to alleged indecent assaults involving 10 victims, Oamaru police said today.

The Palmerston man is to reappear in Oamaru District court on January 29, having made his first appearance last month.

Police said they were keen to hear from anyone with further information about Mulholland and his activities. 

Anyone with information could contact Detective Warren Duncan of the Oamaru CIB on (03) 433 1400, or could contact their local police station.

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