Two men are being sought by police after a bank card reportedly stolen from the victim of a rape in Chatham, Kent was used in Bromley

On Monday afternoon (September 21), Kent Police released CCTV images of the two men they are now hoping to speak with as part of their investigations into what happened.

In a short statement accompanying the images and police appeal, a spokesperson for Kent Police said that the rape reportedly took place at a private address in Chatham on July 25 earlier this year.

Police believe the bank card used in Bromley after the rape was stolen from the victim.

A spokesperson for Kent Police said:

"CCTV images of two men have been released by Kent Police officers investigating the rape of a woman in Chatham.

"The incident is reported to have taken place at a private address on 25 July 2020.

"A bank card is also understood to have been stolen from the victim and used in several fraudulent transactions in the Bromley area.

"Following a thorough review of available evidence, which has included an analysis of CCTV, officers have identified two men who may have important information that can assist with enquiries."

Anyone who can identify the men in the images is asked to call Kent Police on 01634 792209 quoting reference 46/130140/20.

You can also call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or complete the online form at