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Lawrance meets another woman, aged 54, through and asks her if he can come and see her.
The pair go out for drinks and then return to her home in Lincolnshire, where he asks if he can stay over.
The victim calls out for her 16-year-old son and Lawrance grabs his clothes and leaves.
Lawrance meets a third woman, aged 50, on and, after exchanging texts and phone calls, they meet in Buxton, Derbyshire.
Detective Chief Inspector Allison Rigby, of Derbyshire Police, said: 'He utilised Match as a means to target females who were divorced or widowed.
A spokesman for Match said: 'At the time that these offences began in 2011, our policy was to encourage our members to communicate with others within our site/app, where we can offer a degree of protection.'When people move beyond what we are able to see, it was very difficult for us to adjudicate on what might have happened.
At the time, we therefore took the view that we could only act only on events which we could verify, such as written messages.
They first meet at a Costa Coffee shop, and on a later date he arranges to come over to her house and stays the night where they have consensual sex.
The following morning, Lawrance rapes the woman despite her 'hysterically screaming 'No, no, no'.'The former company director meets a fourth woman from the internet dating site at a hotel car park near East Midlands Airport.