Police in Jutland are investigating and attempting to find suspects in two separate attempted rapes of young teens
Mid and West Jutland police are looking for two men that held a 15-year-old girl in a headlock and attempted to rape her in Silkeborg on Sunday.
The girl had just parted company with a friend early on Sunday morning when she was confronted by two men who pushed her into a garden and tried to pull her clothes off.
She managed to break free and escape.
“We have started an investigation and are looking for anyone who may have seen or heard anything,” detective Lis Borup told Midtjyllands Avis.
The girl described her attackers as 20 to 30 years old, of normal build and with fair hair and fair skin. One of the men was wearing a grey Nike shirt.
Meanwhile, police in southeast Jutland are looking for a middle-aged man who grabbed a 13-year-old girl’s leg in the east Jutland town of Søvind on Monday.
Police said that the man was standing by his car with the boot open when the girl came walking down the street and the man grabbed her leg and said something to her as she went by.
The girl, who was not sure what the man said, managed to pull herself free and run into the forest.
The man was described as being between 50 and 60 years old, normal build with short blond hair and a broad face. He was wearing a blue T-shirt and black shorts. He spoke Danish to the girl. The car he was standing by was small and black.
‘We do not know his intentions, but we would like to know what he wanted with the girl,” the police said in a statement.