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Photofits issued over Ormeau Park sex attack

Category: Northern Ireland

Published: 19th May 2011 14:16:25

Detectives investigating a serious sex assault in south Belfast have issued photofits of two 17-year-old boys they believe can help with their enquiries.

The incident is alleged to have happened in Ormeau Park on 10 May.

One of the youths is believed to be eastern European, about 5ft 6ins tall and of skinny build.

The second is said to be Asian, of skinny build with short black hair. Police have said one of them may be called Alex.

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