Police in Berkshire are looking for a group of Asian men after a 17-year-old girl was gang-raped in in Slough, according to reports.
The victim reportedly went to a shop near the Jubilee River in Slough and later met one of the men. They were later joined by four other men.
Police officials say the men forced the girl into a wooded area off a residential street before raping her.
The girl called police shortly after 9 pm on Friday night. She told police that she was walking from Darvill’s Lane towards the High Street when she came across the group of men around the junction with Church Street and Chalvey Road West.
A police spokesman said: “The started talking with one of the men and walked with him along the High Street, stopping at an off licence, before proceeding Spackmans Way and along a footpath and into some woods near to the Jubilee River.
“They were then joined by four other men that had been part of the group earlier, who arrived at the location in a small silver car.”
Detectives believe the girl did not know any of the men before the attack. Officers also confirm that the suspected attackers were all of South Asian origin. Slough is home to a large sub-continental migrant community.
Police have launched extra patrols in the area and have called on witnesses to come forward.
Anyone with information should contact the Force CID team at Slough via the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Line on 101. Or you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.