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A teacher from Sant Cugat investigated for abusing students for 30 years

The Mossos d'Esquadra are investigating a former professor of a Sant Cugat school (Barcelona) for allegedly sexually abusing his students, minors.

Police sources have explained this Friday that when the agents learned of the events they opened proceedings, and that the Central Unit for Minors of the Catalan police took over Of the investigation.

During these days, the Mossos d'Esquadra have collected information, but not receiving any complaint “yet”, all the information has been forwarded to the Juvenile Prosecutor's Office.

This Friday in Sant Cugat several graffiti have appeared that point to this teacher for allegedly having abused students at that school for 30 years, in others you can read 'pedophile to prison 'and in others it is ensured that the school “covers up” it. By contrast, the same police sources have explained that the school has been “very forceful” and removed the former teacher from the beginning of the investigation.

Open to complaints

The Mossos d'Esquadra have explained that the investigation is still open to anyone who wants to report.

Sources from the Ministry of Education of the Generalitat have confirmed to Europa Press that they removed the teacher from the service when they learned of the case. These sources have added that he did not have contact with students again since he retired prematurely, being in a situation of early retirement when the facts were known.

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In a statement to the families that Europa Press has had access to, the school explained that this Friday morning some graffiti appeared on this issue. “At the time we were aware of the facts to which they could refer, and acted accordingly,” they have stated.

They have stated that the case is in the hands of the corresponding authorities and that Given the possible appearance of news related to this issue, “and for any concerns”, they have asked for serenity and have ensured that they are made available to the families to resolve any questions.

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