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Hunt for two rapist who dragged a woman into an alleyway after she left a nightclub in UK


A five-year-old crime remains unsolved as police continue the hunt for two men who sexually assaulted a woman and left her with 'vicious injuries'.
The 20-year-old woman was leaving a Queensland night club on April 15 2011, when two men began to follow her before forcing her into a lane and attacking her.
'This is one of the most serious sexual offences I've come across in my years of policing,' Detective Senior Sergeant Tim Leadbetter said.
A five-year-old crime remains unsolved as police continue the hunt for two men who sexually assaulted a woman and left her with 'vicious injuries' (Pictured: reenactment)
A five-year-old crime remains unsolved as police continue the hunt for two men who sexually assaulted a woman and left her with 'vicious injuries' (Pictured: reenactment)
Police have released an artist's impression of the two offenders in the hope that someone will come forward with information and help solve the horrific crime
Police have released an artist's impression of the two offenders in the hope that someone will come forward with information and help solve the horrific crime
Police reenact moments before horrific sexual assault in Brisbane
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Police have issued a fresh appeal for information as the cold case remains unsolved after five years.
'Our objective with this review is to bring the unique investigative skill of officers from the Sex Crimes Unit together with the investigative team to hopefully bring about a successful result to this case,' Detective Inspector Garry Watts of State Crime Command's Sex Crimes Unit said.
'We are again appealing for anyone who may not have come forward at the time and may have been reluctant to do so, to contact us.
'Some time has passed and while this information may have been pushed to the side of your mind, it is information we feel is crucial to this case.' 
Police warned that the two men, who  have never been caught, could attack again, the Brisbane Times reports.
The woman 'was aggressively raped in the worst way I have seen in my service,' according to Inspector Rod Kemp at the time. 
'Animals don't do that to each other'
The 20-year-old woman was leaving a Queensland night club on April 15 2011, when two men began to follow her before forcing her into a lane and attacking her (Pictured: reenactment)
The 20-year-old woman was leaving a Queensland night club on April 15 2011, when two men began to follow her before forcing her into a lane and attacking her (Pictured: reenactment)
The woman was walking along Manning Street before first encountering the two offenders outside a prominent café (Pictured: reenactment)
The woman was walking along Manning Street before first encountering the two offenders outside a prominent café (Pictured: reenactment)
CCTV footage released by police show two men walking along a Brisbane street
CCTV footage released by police show two men walking along a Brisbane street
The two offenders forced the 20-year-old woman into an alley just before the Manning street intersection in Brisbane
The two offenders forced the 20-year-old woman into an alley just before the Manning street intersection in Brisbane
The woman had left the popular hot spot and was walking along Manning Street before first encountering the two offenders outside a prominent café.
As she walked, the two men followed, keeping a close pace behind her.
The 20-year-old was then forced into an alley by the two offenders just before the Manning street intersection in Brisbane.
Police have released a re-enactment, CCTV footage and an artist's impression of the two offenders in the hope that people will come forward with information and help solve the horrific crime.

Culled from
 Dailymail UK 

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