Police no longer investigating Fenland rape allegation
POLICE have today dropped a Fenland rape investigation and released two men without any further action.
A woman contacted police alleging she was raped during an attack by four men as whe walked her dog through the recreation ground off Station Road, Whittlesey, last Thursday.
A 42-year-old man and a 19-year-old man, both from Peterborough, were arrested on suspicion of rape.
Today, a police spokesman said in a statement: “Police are no longer investigating a rape that was alleged to have happened in a park off Station Road, Whittlesey, on June 16.
“We continue to work with the victim regarding an historical assault allegation that took place outside the local area.
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“Two men arrested in connection with the rape allegation will face no further action.”
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