Who is Delroy Grant and where is he now?

NIGHT Stalker rapist Delroy Grant, 64, was convicted of sex attacks on pensioners in 2011.

Grant, who is serving a sentence of 27 years, is now being accused of being a paedophile ahead of a new ITV drama focusing on his crimes.

Who is Delroy Grant?

Delroy Easton Grant was born on September 3, 1957 in Kingston, Jamaica.

He is a convicted serial rapist who carried out a string of burglary and sexual assault offences between October 1992 and May 2008 across south east London.

Grant preyed on elderly women who lived alone, often attacking them in their beds at night, according to the Mirror.

He was held in connection with more than 100 sex attacks on pensioners in London, Kent and Surrey and is now being accused of being a paedophile in the same year he was arrested.

The Metropolitan Police and Crown Prosecution Service both said they were unable to comment on offences which did not lead to a charge.

Where is Delroy Grant now?

Grant is serving a 27 year prison term he received in 2011 at an undisclosed location.

He was given concurrent eight-year sentences for seven indecent assaults, and concurrent six-year sentences for 18 burglaries and attempted burglaries.

What crimes did Delroy Grant commit?

Grant was charged and convicted of rape, indecent assault, and burglary of elderly women across south east London.

His conviction was the result of a massive and complex rape investigation undertaken by the Met police in 2009.

Retired DCI Colin Sutton – the same detective that caught Levi Bellfield, who murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler, said he believes Grant was responsible for more than 200 crimes against old people, according to the Mirror.

Will Delroy Grant be released?

Grant is serving a 27-year sentences but will be eligible for parole after completing 25 years.

The Night stalker kissed one of his rape victims goodbye and mocked cops in a brutal 17-year reign of terror against the elderly.

Grant is feared to have sexually assaulted more than 1,000 frail pensioners in one of the most “awful and disturbing” crimes in Scotland Yard’s history.

The sick rapist was given the chilling nickname the "Night Stalker" after pouncing on his victims after dark during almost 20 years of depravity.

A new documentary has revealed how Grant mocked police in interviews – arrogantly laughing as the net finally closed in on him.

Pressure had been mounting on the Met to capture the fiend and finally end his rampage after they linked him to 203 cases of unsolved rape, sexual assault and burglary.

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