Police investigating the rape of a 14-year-old boy in a Debenhams department store in Manchester have arrested two men.
The teenager told detectives he was approached by two people in the toilets of the Arndale centre on the afternoon of Saturday June 2nd and told 'come with us, do what we say and if you try to run we'll get you'.
He was then led out of the shopping centre and into a nearby branch of Debenhams, where he was marched into a toilet and raped.
Greater Manchester Police made a public appeal for information about the attack earlier this week and released CCTV images of the people they wanted to question.
Officers arrested two men, aged 55 and 41, today and they remain in police custody.
Superintendent Stuart Ellison said: 'I want to extend a huge thank you to the overwhelming response we had from the public when we released two images of possible suspects earlier this week.
'As a result of that information, we have made a number of arrests and the investigation is moving forward.'
Two other men arrested on Thursday in connection with the case have been bailed pending further inquiries.