Surrey

CCTV appeal after teenager raped in Camberley

Group of people in Lower Charles Street
Image caption A group of people seen in Upper Charles Street are thought to have spoken to the girl after the attack

Detectives investigating the rape of a 15-year-old girl in Camberley have released CCTV images in a bid to piece together the events of that night.

A teenager has told Surrey Police she was attacked in woodland near the A30 on 11 February at about midnight.

Police believe she may have been a passenger in a car before the attack and she may have spoken to two groups of people after the incident.

CCTV images of a car and the two groups of people have been released.

Car driver sought

Police are also still trying to trace a dog walker who is believed to have lent the girl a mobile phone so she could contact friends after the incident.

A girl matching the victim's description was seen getting out of a car at about 1700 GMT in the South Park Road area - and getting back into the same car in Upper Charles Street at about 2355 GMT.

After the attack, the girl was seen talking to a group of people in Lower Charles Street at about 0025 GMT. Five minutes later she was seen talking to two men in Park Street.

Det Sgt Stewart Leahy said: "These people are not in any trouble but we need to speak to them to confirm that they did speak to the victim."

He said officers also wanted to trace the driver of the car to confirm that the girl was a passenger.

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