A man has been jailed for six years for historic sexual offences against girls in Aylesbury and London between 2011 and 2017.
David Moyle, 75, of Yeading Lane, Hayes, was jailed at Aylesbury Crown Court after unanimously being found guilty by jury.
Moyle was found guilty of two counts of sexual assault of a female child under 13 and one count of engaging in sexual activity with a child following a five day trial.
The offences against the three victims occurred in Aylesbury and Harrow in London between 2011 and 2017.
Investigating officer Det Con Collette Parker said: “I would like to thank the victims for their courage, bravery and determination throughout the investigation and trial.
“It has been an extremely traumatic time for them and I hope that the unanimous guilty verdicts and the sentence will bring them some closure.
“I would also like to thank prosecuting counsel Graham Smith for his work in securing this conviction.
“This sentence reflects the hard work that is carried out by the child abuse investigation unit in bringing offenders to justice and I would encourage anybody who has been a victim of childhood sexual abuse to report it to the police.
"The majority of the work was carried out by one detective but around eight officers worked on it in the run-up to the arrest.
"It was reported to us on December 27 2017 and went to trial on January 2 2019.
"This case hopefully reminds the public that reports of abuse will be taken seriously no matter when the offences were committed.
"We would always encourage people to come forward because the justice system views offences committed in the past in the same way as if it was a recent incident."
Police told us that no photograph of Moyle was available.