Four boys aged 12 to 14 arrested on suspicion of rape in Morrisons automotive park

A gaggle of 4 boys aged 12 to 14 have been arrested in a Morrison’s automotive park on suspicion of rape.

Police cordoned off the automotive park and surrounding space in Rochdale, close to Newbold Metrolink station earlier immediately. Officers have been first referred to as to the scene at 6pm final evening (February 10), after stories of a rape, with two 12-year-olds and two boys aged 14 later arrested.

They stay in police custody immediately, the Manchester Evening News has confirmed, with a spokesman stating: “At round 6pm on Saturday 10 February 2024, officers have been referred to as to stories of a rape in Newbold, Rochdale.

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A large cordon was put in place
A big cordon was put in place

“Four boys aged 12, 13, 14, 14 have been arrested on suspicion of rape and remain in police custody. The victim is currently being supported by specialist officers.”

It was later confirmed that the alleged sufferer is a feminine baby, whereas GMP appealed for extra witnesses.

“A scene remains in place as officers continue their investigation,” the spokesman added. “If you or someone you know has been raped or sexually assaulted, we encourage you not to suffer in silence and report it to the police, or a support agency so you can get the help and support available.”

The investigation continues
The investigation continues

Pictures from the scene taken earlier this afternoon proven a big cordon nonetheless in place, with one police automotive nonetheless on the scene. The Newbold Metrolink station continues to be open to the general public, regardless of a lot of the space round it being closed off.

The Morrison’s department was additionally open for enterprise as typical immediately. No additional particulars on the incident have been given, with the identities of these concerned not disclosed to the general public.

The police investigation continues.

If you or anyone you recognize has been affected by this story, contact Victim Support at no cost, confidential recommendation on 08 08 16 89 111 or go to their web site.

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