Two men have been arrested in connection with the rape of a 19-year-old woman in Windsor.
The woman left Liquid Nightclub on William Street, just before 3am on Saturday when she was approached by two men, who claimed they were driving a taxi. As the car drove off, the victim was sexually assaulted in the vehicle. She managed to get out of the car when it stopped and ran off.
The two men, aged 26 and 23, have been arrested on suspicion of rape and remain in police custody.
Thames Valley police are assuring the public they are doing all they can to find two men who allegedly raped a woman in Windsor. The 19-year-old had left Liquid nightclub on William Street and got into, what she thought was a taxi. As the car drove off she was sexually assaulted.
"We are in the early stages of this investigation but I want to assure the public that everything is being done to locate and arrest these offenders. Officers will be out on patrol in the centre of Windsor and I urge anyone with any concerns to approach of out our officers. I want to urge people to only use licensed taxis. Where possible, book with a licensed taxi company in advance or if that is not possible, remember you can always ask for proof a vehicle or driver is licensed. I would urge people not to get into any vehicles that are touted to them."
– Detective Inspector Andy Howard, Thames Valley Police
Thames Valley Police are investigating claims a 19-year-old woman was raped on a night out in Windsor. The woman left Liquid nightclub on William Street and went to get a taxi. She was approached by two men on Victoria Street who claimed they were driving a taxi.
The woman got into their car on Alexandra Road. As they drove off, the 19-year-old was sexually assaulted in the vehicle. She managed to get out of the car when it stopped and she ran off. The men are described as Asian and the vehicle is believed to be a large black cab with five seats.