A PENSIONER has been found guilty of several counts of child sex abuse against girls as young as four.

Roy Summers, of Springfield Oval in Witney, stood trial at Oxford Crown Court charged with 17 counts of historic child sex abuse of which he denied all.

The 80-year-old has now been found guilty of sexually assaulting three girls, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, in the 1990s and early 2000s.

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On Wednesday (February 7), Summer was found guilty of eight counts of indecent assault, one count of indecency with a child, one count of rape of child, one count of penetrative activity with a person under 16, one count of penetrative activity with a child, and one count of sexual activity.

He was found not guilty of three counts of indecent assault and one count of rape.

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A 12-strong jury heard that the assaults were said to have taken place at his home address, as well as his car, a shed, and a bus where he worked as a driver.

The court heard the ages ranged from four to 13 years old.

One victim, who gave evidence in court, said: “I remember being like…I couldn’t move. It was like I was paralysed. I felt what he was doing but I couldn’t speak.”

Summers will now be sentenced at Oxford Crown Court on Friday, March 1.