Three arrests have been made following the rape of a teenage girl in Newcastle.
The 17-year-old was discovered by a group of people on Fenkle Street at 5am on Sunday, October 14.
She was attacked at the rear lane of the Old Assembly Rooms next to the entrance of Newgate Hotel car park.
The victim was wearing a bright purple dress and officers are keen to speak to anyone who remembers seeing her.
Detective Inspector Paul Race, from Northumbria Police Rape Investigation Team, said: "We're carrying out enquiries to piece together the events leading up to this incident and want to hear from anyone who was in or around the Old Assembly Rooms between 2am and 5am on Sunday morning.
"We want people to think back and if they think they have any information that could help we want them to get in contact."
Two men aged 25 and 24 were arrested on suspicion of rape and were helping police with their enquiries.
One man, 24, was released with no further charge and a 25-year-old was bailed pending further inquiries.
A third man, also 24, has now been arrested on suspicion of rape.
"We're urging anyone who knows anything to come forward as they may have vital information which could help us."
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