Boy, 14, is arrested after 14-year-old woman was once ‘dragged into trees and raped as she walked thru park in huge sunlight’
- Sufferer was once attacked whilst strolling close to Westleigh Park in Wigan on Thursday
- A 14-year-old boy is recently being puzzled in police custody
- Superintendent Mark Kenny has requested any person with data to come back ahead
A teenage boy has been arrested after a 14-year-old woman was once dragged into trees in a park in Wigan and raped.
The sufferer was once focused as she walked on open land to the south of Westleigh Park in Leigh on Thursday afternoon.
A 14-year-old boy was once arrested on Saturday and is recently being puzzled in custody.
The sufferer was once focused as she walked on open land to the south of Westleigh Park (normal view of front, pictured above) in Leigh, Wigan, Larger Manchester on Thursday afternoon
Police have stated that incident came about between 4pm and 5.30pm when the woman was once approached via a male and pulled into trees.
Superintendent Mark Kenny, of Larger Manchester Police has inspired any person with data to come back ahead.
‘This has been a fast paced investigation and on account of our enquiries we’ve now made an arrest,’ he stated.
‘Whilst other people within the house will proceed to peer an higher police presence this night time and over the approaching days, I want to pressure that we do not imagine there to be any wider risk to the general public following this assault.
‘At this degree of our investigations we aren’t in search of any person additional in reference to this incident.
‘Then again I would love to inspire any person with data to nonetheless get in contact in case you have now not achieved so already.
Superintendent Mark Kenny, of Larger Manchester Police has inspired any person with data to come back ahead (pictured a picture of the park)
‘I’d additionally love to thank the ones participants of the general public who’ve already come ahead with data.
‘Our ideas stay with the woman and her circle of relatives as she continues to obtain specialist care.’
Any person with data must name police on 0161 856 7251 quoting incident 1033 of 23/04/21. However, name Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.