Thompson said the attacker offered his victims a lift when they were waiting at a bus stop in the east coast resort of Surfers Paradise about 2am on Wednesday morning (16h00 GMT on Tuesday).He said once they were in the car they were unable to get out because the sedan was travelling in an erratic manner.Shane Bevan Daines, 45, has been jailed for 13 years with no recommendation for parole after pleading guilty to more than 30 charges.The eight to 15-year-old victims were abused by Daines in several small western Queensland towns.The service station attendant said the man filled up a container with petrol and was walking back to the car when the women escaped from the boot."As he was running back to the car the girls jumped out of the boot," said the attendant, who asked not to be identified. They were screaming and pointing and crying." The man fled in the car which was later found by police.News (3-10-2002)- "Aussie police hunt man after tourists' ordeal"- Gold Coast - Australian police launched a manhunt on Thursday after two young Czech women students were repeatedly raped and then held captive in the boot of a car during a six-hour ordeal.
Decades of suspicion, an indictment last year and 18 months of legal maneuvering over extraditing him culminated last month when he arrived in New York City on a U. Alcala was indicted in January 2011, after the Manhattan district attorney's cold-case unit re-examined the cases, looked at countless documents that emerged during the California trial and conducted their interviews with the dozens of witnesses.'It is my hope that this indictment brings a small measure of peace to the families and friends who have spent decades searching for answers, and justice,' Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance told the California authorities had said they were exploring whether Alcala could be tied to cases in New York and other states."What concerns us the most is the fact that after he had raped both the girls he locked them in the boot of the car and if it wasn't for the fact they escaped of their own volition we have grave concerns about what was going to happen next," said acting Detective Inspector Ian Thompson."This is a particularly vicious and brutal crime." Police said they wanted to question 36-year-old local man Lindsay Dallen over the attacks after viewing security video tape from a petrol station.Hover's relatives papered walls and kiosks with posters.A note in Hover's calendar for the day she vanished showed she planned to have lunch with a photographer she had recently met, according to the family's private detective and news reports at the time.