GARDAI are to draft in specialist interviewers to speak to the teenage victims of alleged serious sexual assaults.
The Irish Mirror has learned investigators are in contact with Tusla, the child and family agency, over the attacks near Sligo town on Saturday night.
Specialist sexual investigation officers will then interview the two victims, girls aged 14 and 15.
It is only then that gardai may move to make arrests. Last night the major probe was continuing and now gardai believe there may be more than one suspect in the case.
It is understood gardai are investigating claims the victims were raped.
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