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Two 10-year-old schoolgirls molested and a woman’s trousers ripped off: Inside the sleepy Swedish town rocked by EIGHT sex attacks in three weeks by migrant men
Deserted: The police’s dire warning has turned the city into a virtual ghost town at night (pictured) and left women terrified that the situation is now ‘out of hand’
- A string of brutal sex attacks has left residents of Östersund, population 44,000, living in fear they could be next
- The small town has seen eight separate sex attacks since February 20, with the latest occurring at the weekend
- Girls as young as 10 have reported being groped and threatened, while others have fought off would-be rapists
- Police have warned women they are no longer safe walking alone at night, turning the city into an empty ghost town
- Local women spoken to by MailOnline have said they are ‘terrified’ and that the situation in the town is ‘out of hand’
The streets are deserted after dark in a sleepy Swedish town which is a now no-go zone for women after eight sex attacks in three weeks.
Women have been warned by police not to walk alone at night after the once peaceful town of Östersund was shaken to its core by a string of vicious attacks on females and even children by groups of young men of ‘foreign origin’.
First, two 10-year-old girls were groped at a bus stop by a gang of men who threatened to rape them.
The following day, a woman told police she was punched in the face, splitting her eyebrow, by a man who threatened to kill her after he made a rude comment to her.
Just five days later a woman walking on her own was attacked by three men, beaten and pushed to the ground.
They held her down and forced their fingers into her mouth while saying offensive, sexual words to her.
And in the latest incident just five days ago, a woman had to use martial arts to elbow her would-be rapist in the head and escape after three men surrounded her and punched to the ground and tried to pull her trousers down.
Police in Östersund, with a population of 45,000, say they have never seen anything like this before.
They took the unprecedented move of calling a press conference on Monday to warn women to stay indoors.
Stephen Jerand, the county police commissioner, admitted police in the town are struggling to cope – adding that the surge in attacks ‘seem unreal’.
He told MailOnline: ‘We called the press meeting this Monday because we have seen an accelerating development here.
Fear: The residents of the Swedish town of Östersund, population 45,000, are living in fear after police this week told women not to walk alone on the city streets at night following a spate of sex attacks