Teenager ‘raped by two men in park’ as police appeal for CCTV footage

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Police are investigating the rape of a teenager in Milton Keynes. (Getty)

A teenage woman has been raped by two men in a park in Milton Keynes, police have said.

Thames Valley Police launched a witness appeal after the victim, in her late teens, was attacked between midnight and 2am on Wednesday in wooded area near Eaglestone Park.

Officers urged anyone who lives in the area to check footage on their CCTV or door bell camera to see if it showed anything that could help them in their enquiries.

The offenders are described as two white men who spoke to each other in what the victim believes to be an Eastern European language, police added.

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The offenders are described as two white men. (Getty)

One of the men was 5ft 9 ins tall, of medium build and completely bald, wearing a navy blue Umbro jumper, black jogging bottoms.

The other male was in his 30s, had a white beard and was wearing a green Nike jacket, with red and white Lonsdale shoes.

Detective Chief Inspector Kelly Glister, said: “This is a concerning incident and we are carrying out a thorough investigation.

“Our specialist officers are working to support the victim in connection with this incident.

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“We would ask anyone who has CCTV or a ring door bell to please check their footage and get in touch if it shows anything that could assist our enquiries.

“Equally if anyone has witness information we would ask them to come forward.”

He added: “Members of the public may see an increased police presence while we continue to investigate.”

Anyone with information should call 101 quoting reference 43220240527.

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