A 15-year-old girl was raped at a train station in Birmingham before being sexually assaulted by the driver of a car she flagged down to help her, reported BBC News.
The two attacks, which occurred at Witton station, are being called ‘horrifying’ by the detectives and authorities on the case. They are launching a major ‘manhunt’ to look for both these perpetrators.
The teenager was with a friend of hers when she was approached by a man who led her to a secluded area of the station and raped her. Shortly after, she flagged down a car passing her and requested for help where she was assaulted again.
British Transport Police and West Midlands Police are treating it as two separate reports of rape. Both attackers are described as Asian and in the early 20s. The difference is that the first attacker is suspected of being light skinned, with brown eyes, skinny built and 6 ft tall, while the second attacker is shorter, if larger built and had a beard.
The attacks both happened between 19:00 BST on Tuesday and 02:00 on Wednesday. The police have claimed that CCTV footage has been seized and is being investigated.
Det Ch Insp Tony Fitzpatrick said: “This was a horrifying ordeal for this young girl and we have specially trained officers supporting her. It is now vitally important we investigate exactly what happened on Wednesday morning as well as identifying offenders for both of these awful incidents.”
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