THREE men who gang raped a teenager after she was lured to a house in New Cross have been jailed for a total of 36 years.
The 17-year-old girl was taken to the home in Rokeby Road, New Cross, by Leon Davis who she had met just days before.
At the house she was attacked by 37-year-old Davis, of Columbine Way, Lewisham, along with two brothers and two unknown suspects, each taking it in turns to have sex with her.
The victim finally managed to get away and ran home to her mother who brought her to police to report the crime.
Davis and brothers Alemeric Tulloch, aged 30, and Oniel Tulloch, aged 26, both of the Rokeby Road address, were all found guilty of rape at Woolwich Crown Court on August 12.
The three men were jailed for 12 years each at the court on Friday (September 17).
Investigating officer Detective Constable Dave Leibscher said: “This young woman suffered horribly at the hands of these men.
“She was terrified, unable to defend herself and will live with the scars of this ordeal for the rest of her life.
“She had no idea that Davis was going to lure her into this house to attack her.
“These men behaved like animals.”
Police have so far been unable to trace the other two men who raped the teenager.
Both of the outstanding suspects are described as black men who live in the Catford area.
The first man’s nickname is Bubbles and is described as being of medium build and between 30 and 40-years-old, with large ears.
He is believed to be a hairdresser and a part-time DJ.
The second man’s nickname is Father and is aged from mid to late-40s.
He is described as being a large fat man and may be the cousin of Bubbles.
Anyone with information can ring the police on 020 8284 8300 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.