A suspect is being sought after two six-year-old girls were sexually assaulted during a trip to the Legoland park in Windsor. Thames Valley Police said the assault occurred between 12:15pm and 12:30pm on Thursday (11 August).
The suspect, who was not known to the girls, is described as a white man, in his teens or early 20s, possibly under 5ft 8ins who was was wearing dark-coloured slim fitting trousers, a dark-coloured T-shirt, and trainers.
Police wanted to assure that incidents of this nature were "extremely rare" at the park. Legoland Windsor Resort said they were "deeply shocked" by the incident.
Thames Valley Police Det Insp Penny Mackenzie of the Child Abuse Investigation Unit, said: "We are appealing for the public's help to find the offender who sexually assaulted two young girls at Legoland.
"I would ask anyone who visited the Windsor Resort yesterday, especially if you went to Castaway Camp in Pirate Shores, to check any photographs from your trip to see if you recognise anyone matching the offender.
"Also, if you recognise the offender's description or have some other information, no matter how insignificant you think it is, we want to hear from you. I would like to reassure the local community and visitors to Legoland that such offences are extremely rare and that we are working closely with Legoland to identify the suspect.
A spokesperson for Legoland said: "On Thursday, August 11, the Legoland Windsor Resort team were alerted to an alleged assault that took place in the Castaway Camp playground. Our team members acted swiftly and the Thames Valley Police were immediately called. The safety and security of the families enjoying a day out with us is our number one priority.
"We are now working closely with the Police in assisting them with their investigation. Nothing of this nature has ever taken place at the Legoland Windsor Resort before and we are deeply shocked by the incident."