Gold Coast man one of four arrested over gang-rape of 14yo

UPDATE: Four men, including a Gold Coast man, have been arrested over the horrifying abduction and gang-rape of a 14-year-old girl in Geelong.

It’s believed the young girl was sitting in Geelong Park early Sunday morning with a 16-year-old male friend when they were approached by a group of drunk men.

The teenage boy allegedly pleaded for the men to leave them alone but was brutally attacked.


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After managing to escape, he ran off to get help, however when he returned to the park the teenage girl was gone.

An hour later, the 14-year-old girl allegedly knocked on the door of a home pleading for help after she was gang-raped twice by the four men, once in the park and once at a home nearby.

Police say they have charged a 28-year-old man from Olinda and a 29-year-old man from Mt Evelyn with abduction and rape.

They’ve been remanded to appear at Melbourne Magistrates’ Court today.

A Harrisdale man, 31, has also been arrested in Western Australia and a Pimpama man, 20, has been arrested on the Gold Coast

Both remain in police custody and are being questioned.

EARLIER: A 14-year-old girl has been gang-raped by a group of men in a sickening attack in a Melbourne park.

Reports suggest the young girl was sitting in Geelong Park early Sunday morning with a 16-year-old male friend when they were approached by a group of drunk men.

The teenage boy allegedly pleaded for the men to leave them alone but was brutally attacked.

After managing to escape, he ran off to get help, however when he returned to the park the teenage girl was gone.

An hour later, the 14-year-old girl allegedly knocked on the door of a home pleading for help after she was gang-raped twice by the four men, once in the park and once at a home nearby.

Victoria Police have released images of men they wish to speak to over the attack.

All are believed to be aged in their late 20’s to mid 30’s.

Anyone who recognises the men or who has information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

PHOTO: Victoria Police

PHOTO: Victoria Police

 

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