Police: Nashua man arrested after alleged sex assault on four underage girls
NASHUA — A man wanted for an alleged sexual assault against four underage girls in August was arrested Tuesday.
Nashua police said on September 7, 2017, around 1:55 pm, they responded to a residence to investigate a reported sexual assault. They said they learned that four underage girls were inappropriately touched by an adult man in August 2017.
Police identified Mohammod Rafique, 27, of Nashua, as a suspect, and said he was acquainted with one of the victim's family members.
Rafique was initially wanted for Class B felonious sexual assault, but police said after he was arrested he was charged with an additional count of Class B felonious sexual assault, as well as two counts of simple assault and one count of attempted simple assault, both Class A misdemeanors.
Rafique refused bail and will be arraigned in 9th Circuit District Division Nashua Court on Wednesday.