Three men have been arrested in connection with the rape of a woman after leaving the Henley Regatta.
The victim, aged in her 20s, left the Chinawhite enclosure at the Henley Regatta in the afternoon on Sunday 2nd July with a party of people she had met there.
She walked to a residential street in the Harpsden Road and Reading Road area of the town to a car.
She was then raped outside the vehicle, which the three men then drove off in after the attack.
A member of the public located the victim near the Three Horseshoes pub in Reading Road shortly before 2.30am and called the police.
Two men, aged 23 and 24, from Bedford and a 26-year-old man from Loughborough have all been arrested on suspicion of rape in connection with this incident.
All three men have been released under investigation.
The victim is being supported by specially-trained officers at this time. If you have any information about this incident, please come forward and speak to officers as this could assist with our investigation.”
"The three people in the CCTV image issued yesterday as part of our witness appeal have been identified and spoken to and we are no longer appealing for them to come forward."
"If you have any information relating to this case, please call 101 quoting reference '206 2/7', or contact Crimestoppers anonymously."
Police are appealing for help to find a missing teenager form Henley-on-Thames.
15-year-old Sophie Hickman was last seen at around 8.30pm last night on Mount View.
Sophie is white, around 5ft 8ins, with long blonde hair. She was last seen wearing a white and red stripey top, a green jumper, black leggings and denim shorts.
“Officers and Sophie’s family are growing concerned for her welfare, and would ask her to please get in contact. "If anyone who has seen Sophie or a girl matching her description, please call Thames Valley Police on 101.”
Police are hunting a group of men who attacked a young woman after she left the Henley Regatta.
The 20 year old had been at a party on the banks of the River Thames and left with a group of people she met there.
She was attacked in a residential street in the early hours of the morning.
Detectives are now appealing for information. As Sam Holder reports.
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Catharine Darnton, of Gillotts School, in Henley-on-Thames, says she's already made huge cutbacks.
Teachers today raised their concerns at the Association of School and College Leaders conference, saying they may have to move to a four day week, or ask parents to donate cash.
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Thousands of people are expected at Henley from today as the annual royal regatta gets underway.
They'll watch crews from across the world compete in more than two hundred races at the five day event.
“I am delighted not only with the number of entries but also the incredibly high standard of crews at every level.
“The record entry level reflects the prestigious appeal Henley Royal Regatta holds for rowers at school, club, college, university and international levels.
“Personally I am looking forward to seeing the men’s double sculls having seen the GB boys come through the ranks and Jack recently made two World Cup finals in a day after being subbed into the quad and winning a silver. There’s a strong chance they’ll meet the Belgium Lightweight double which will make for an outstanding race.
“The Queen Mother Challenge Cup has this year attracted record entries and we’ll have four overseas crews along with four GB crews and some serious competition.”
"Thames Valley Police is currently in Henley working with the fire and ambulance services as they deal with an incident at a shop in Bell Street.
At around 2.36pm today we were called when several customers came out of the store coughing and with streaming eyes. Nine people are being treated at the scene by South Central Ambulance.
There are cordons in place and are likely to be in place for the next two hours or so while the fire service deal with the incident . There are also traffic restrictions in place and drivers are asked to avoid the area if possible.
There is nothing to suggest that this is related to terrorism."
Part of Henley town centre has been closed off this afternoon due to a chemical leak.
Emergency services were called to the scene by WH Smith in Bell Street at 2:36pm.
The road is currently closed to vehicles and pedestrians.
Nine casualties have been assessed and treated at the scene.
More to follow.