Police Investigate After Two Girls Assaulted in Legoland Park 7 years ago

Police Investigate After Two Girls Assaulted in Legoland Park

Police have launched an investigation into claims that two young children were sexually assaulted around noon yesterday at the Legoland theme park in Windsor.

Two girls, aged six years old, were playing in the Castaway Camp which is located in the Pirate Shores area when a man in his late teens to early 20s is alleged to have approached and touched them inappropriately.
Fortunately, the girls reacted quickly and were able to run outside to their waiting families and relate what had occurred.

A police description issued indicates that the suspect is "white, in his teens or early twenties and possibly under 5ft 8ins." He is reported to have been wearing dark trousers, a dark T-shirt and runners.

A Legoland spokesman made a statement expressing their shock and reassuring the public "nothing of this nature" had occurred at the park previously.

‘The safety and security of the families enjoying a day out with us is our number one priority," he continued. "We are now working closely with the police to in assist them with their investigation."


Investigating officer Penny Mackenzie said in a statement appealing for witnesses or members of the public who may have seen the suspect:

"We are appealing for the public’s help to find the offender who sexually assaulted two young girls at Legoland."

‘I would ask anyone who visited the Legoland Windsor Resort yesterday, especially if you went to Castaway Camp in Pirate Shores, to check any photographs from your trip to see if you recognise anyone matching the offender.

Call 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 with information.