DETROIT (AP) — An investigation by a sexual assault kit task force has led to the arrest of a 41-year-old Detroit man in the 2014 rape of a 17-year-old girl.

Lionel Wells faces arraignment on two counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, kidnapping, and armed robbery, the Wayne County prosecutor’s office said Tuesday.

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The victim, now age 24, was followed while walking home from work and attacked at gunpoint. Wells was arrested Monday. Court records did not list a defense attorney.

More than 11,000 rape kits were discovered in 2009 in a Detroit police evidence warehouse. Those kits contained DNA and other evidence from rape cases, but a majority of the 11,000 kits were never tested in a lab. Prosecutor Kym Worthy pushed efforts to test the kits and prosecute old cases.

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Investigations by the task force have led to 224 convictions over the past dozen years.

“We have consistently made sure that our approach has been victim-centered, trauma-informed, and offender focused,” Worthy said.

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