The face of the man who raped a woman in her own home and covered her mouth with a pillow to mask her screams has been revealed.

Police have released the mugshot of 28-year-old Callum Leslie, who was found guilty of rape and jailed for five years and 10 months on Wednesday.

Leslie, of Prebndal Avenue in Aylesbury, was also found with thousands of sexual images of children on his phone and computer.

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Amersham Law Courts heard how Leslie met his victim at Mirage nightclub in Aylesbury on November 23, 2017, before they both took a taxi back to her home.

Leslie and his victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, started having consensual sex in her bedroom, but when he started inflicting pain on her she asked him to stop.

He refused, and carried on hurting her, covering her face with a pillow to muffle her screams and calls for help.

When Leslie was arrested a few days later, officers found thousands of child sexual images on his phone and computer. He admitted to three counts of making indecent images of children and one count of possession of extreme pornography.

Bucks Free Press: Thame Valley Police have released the mugshot of rapist Callum Leslie (TVP)Thame Valley Police have released the mugshot of rapist Callum Leslie (TVP)

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Leslie denied the charge of rape, but a unanimous jury found him guilty of the charge at Aylesbury Crown Court.

The offender was handed a five year and two months sentence for rape, and an additional eight months for the four other charges. He will serve a total of five years and six months.

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