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Police investigating a rape on a teenage boy in Manchester city centre have today arrested two men.
The men, aged 55 and 41, have been arrested on suspicion of rape and remain in police custody.
On June 2, the 14-year-old boy was approached by two men in the city's Arndale centre and taken to nearby branch of Debenhams where he was allegedly raped.
Manchester Police Superintendent Stuart Ellison has called for anyone with information to come forward regarding the two men who are wanted for questioning after a 14-year-old boy was raped.
He said: "The priority is we absolutely must find these two males who are described as responsible for raping him."
Detective Sergeant Liam Boden, of North Manchester CID, has said the 14-year-old who was raped in a department store is "absolutely devastated".
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Police have issued CCTV images of two men who are wanted for questioning after a 14-year-old boy was raped in a department store toilet.
The boy was targeted at around 5.45pm on Saturday June 2.
He was in the Arndale centre in Manchester city centre, when he went to the toilets.
While there he was approached by two men, one Asian, one white, who stared at him.
One of them said to him: "Come with us, do what we say and if you try to run we'll get you."
The teenager was grabbed by the arm, led out of the Arndale centre and taken to nearby Debenhams.
He was then taken by the lift upstairs and marched into a toilet where he was raped by the Asian man.
The traumatised victim contacted the police and has been supported by a team of specially trained officers.
Police have now issued CCTV stills of two men wanted in connection with the incident.
Anyone with information is asked to call North Manchester CID on 0161 856 3240 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.