Thames Valley Police have released an e-fit of two men they wish to find in connection with the abduction and rape of a 14-year-old girl in Oxford on 28 September (2016). One of the suspects is believed to be in his mid-twenties, the other thought to be in his late teens. Both men are white. No arrests have been made despite a major investigation into the attack.
The girl was on her way to school in the city's Summertown district at 8.51am when the attack took place in Banbury Road. One man grabbed her in what was described as a "bear hug" before bundling her into a car thought to be a silver hatchback, possibly a Volkswagen. The second man was waiting inside. The girl was raped before being released hours later when she knocked on doors in Cavendish Drive, Marston asking strangers for help.
One of the suspects is described as white, mid-twenties, approximately 6 ft tall, average build, wearing a grey hooded top with a single pocket and black trousers. He was said by the BBC to have a northern accent. The other is described as white, in his late teens, slightly muscular build, and wearing black clothing.
Det Supt, Chris Ward, Head of the Major Crime Unit at Thames Valley Police, said: "We continue to investigate this incident, and we are now able to release e-fits of two men who we want to speak to in connection with this incident.
"We would ask anyone who recognises the offenders from these e-fits to contact 101 quoting the reference 1631 (28/9). A team of specially-trained officers continues to support the victim and we are working with her to gather further information surrounding the incident."
Previously Superintendent Christian Bunt, local police commander for Oxford, was quoted by The Sun as saying: "I recognise that this is a very concerning incident for everyone in Oxford. This type of extremely serious crime is fortunately very rare in Oxford but is still very worrying. I am putting in place additional patrols to provide reassurance."