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Slough: Rape Investigation Latest
Police investigating the rape of a 17 year old girl by a group of men in Slough have released more information about what they're looking for.
It's in connection with the attack in the Chalvey area on 27th June.
The victim was walking in Darvill’s Lane when she met a group of men near the flats. She spoke to the men and walked with one of them along an alleyway which runs adjacent to High Street stopping at an off licence in Ladbrooke Road.
The group crossed High Street and walked along an alleyway to White Hart Road next to the Murco petrol station.
They were joined by four other men who had been part of the group earlier, who arrived at the location in a small car and walked along another alleyway and entered woods near the Jubilee River. The girl was raped at this location by several of the men.
Information received by police now suggests the small car involved was a grey or silver older style Fiat Punto.
Descriptions are now available of the offenders police would like to trace.
The first man is 5ft 2ins to 5ft 3ins and aged approximately in his mid twenties and had a black beard and short dark hair. He wearing baggy jeans and had a large stomach.
The second man has longer hair and a long fringe. He was 5ft 1ins tall and had a thin face.
The third offender was of slim build, with black spiky hair with rugged looks.
Investigating officer Det Con Helen Bentley, from Slough Force CID, said: “Detectives are continuing to investigate initial information which suggested we were looking for Asian males in connection with this incident but this is now not believed to be the case. New information suggests the offenders we are seeking are believed to be Romanian men.
“If you recognise the descriptions of any the offenders or have any information about the incident please could you call 101.”
Four men aged 19, 20, 33 and 33 were arrested in connection with the offence. The 19 and 20-year-old men were bailed until 3 August. No further action was taken against the two 33-year-old men.
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