A games producer who helped create the games idol Lara Croft is still being held in custody for an alleged bid to procure a nine year-old schoolgirl over the internet for purposes of rape.
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Ken Lockeley, 28, will be held in remand until February 4. He had been on remand in custody over Christmas and the New Year, and appeared at the court on December 10 last year. He did not apply for bail.
Lockley, from Derbyshire, is charged with inciting an undercover policeman known as George Wray to procure a nine year-old girl to have unlawful sexual intercourse with a third party.
A hotmail e-mail account used to make contact with an undercover policeman from New Scotland Yard's Paedophilia and Child Pornography Unit is at the centre of the case.