Police are interesting for witnesses after two teenage ladies had been raped in Nuneaton, Warwickshire on Saturday night.
The 2 ladies – aged 14 and 15 – had been approached by two males outdoors a McDonald’s on Queen’s Highway within the city centre. One of many victims was raped in Riversley Park between 7pm and 8pm by a primary suspect, with the second sufferer attacked by a second suspect in Jubilee Park someday between 7pm and 10pm.
The primary suspect was described to Warwickshire Police as being white, roughly 5ft 5in tall and of slim stature, with tanned pores and skin, straight black hair and a few facial hair. On the time of the offence, he was sporting a black cap, black trousers, a black puffer coat and diamond stud earrings.
Police have detailed that the second suspect was additionally described to be white, and of an analogous top and stature. With tanned pores and skin and quick, black curly hair, he’s believed to have been sporting a black puffa coat, black Adidas tracksuit bottoms and white trainers.
Detective Inspector Paul Sartoris mentioned: “These had been surprising incidents and had been devastating for each victims who’re being supported by specifically skilled officers.
“Whereas no arrests have been made, a full investigation is underway to determine the circumstances surrounding these incidents, which I recognise will trigger nice concern in the neighborhood.
“The general public can count on to see a heightened police presence in and round Nuneaton city centre whereas officers proceed to conduct their enquiries. We have now additionally elevated patrols and two scene guards will stay in place over the approaching days.
“I’d urge anybody who could have witnessed both incident, seen the ladies and/or the 2 males that match the above descriptions to please get in contact as any info you will have might actually assist with our investigation.
“I’d additionally urge anybody with dashcam footage who could have been driving near Jubilee Park between 7pm and 10pm, or Riversley Park between 7pm and 8pm yesterday night to additionally make contact with us.”
Info that might assist the police investigation might be reported to Warwickshire Police on-line, by calling 101 or by contacting Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting incident numbers 326 (Riversley Park) or 363 (Jubilee Park) of 15 April 2023.