Victim returns to rape scene

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A woman who was snatched from a London Tube station in broad daylight and subjected to two-hour rape ordeal in a nearby park yesterday returned to the scene of the crime with detectives in a effort to uncover new clues, writes Ian MacKinnon.

The 24-year-old woman was also interviewed at length by specially-trained officers attempting trace the two attackers who led her at knife-point from Great Portland Street station to Regent's Park across a busy six- lane road during the rush-hour.

As the team of detectives sifted videotape from traffic and security cameras, more calls were received from people who believe they may have seen the attack on Wednesday.

However, detectives still want to hear from a woman who was driving a small red car along Euston Road at about 5.30pm and swerved to avoid the struggle, and the woman who later found the victim and took her to a police station.