CHICAGO — Two men are being held for questioning after a 15-year-old girl was kidnapped, beaten and sexually assaulted Friday night by at least six men, police said.
The girl was taking out trash in the 400 block of East 83rd Street in Chatham when an SUV pulled up and she was ordered to get into the vehicle, Chicago Police News Affairs Officer Michael Sullivan said.
She was then struck on the head and knocked out with a weapon and taken to a South Side residence, Sullivan said.
The victim woke up and found six men taking turns assaulting her, Sullivan said. The girl managed to get away after the men left the room and she ran from the house, Sullivan said.
The victim went home and told her sister, who called police about 10 p.m., Sullivan said.
Two men in their 20s were identified by the victim as her alleged attackers and arrested Saturday night. At least four other men involved in the attack are still at large, police said.
The two men were being held with charges pending Monday morning, Sullivan said.