Police are investigating whether a three-year-old boy was raped at the Forus Akuttinnkvartering asylum centre
“We have no suspects yet,” police superintendent Bjørn Kåre Dahl told Stavanger Aftenblad.
The police were called out to the asylum centre on January 6 at about 10pm after receiving a report that a young child had been raped at the center.
The rape has yet to be confirmed but Dahl said, “We are investigating the case as if the worst thing has happened and that we are talking about the rape of a child.”
The alleged rape reportedly took place in a common area. According to the reports the boy was quickly taken care of and driven to the rape crisis clinic with his mother and then to the children’s ward at Stavanger University Hospital.
Dahl did not rule out that this could have been a gang rape with multiple suspects.
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