Police hunting two men after a 14-year-old boy was raped in a busy department store have received a "high volume" of calls after appealing for the public's help.
The teenager was targeted as he walked through the Arndale shopping centre in Manchester on June 2 this year.
The two men, one Asian, one white, marched the teenager to a nearby Debenhams store where he was taken into a toilet and raped by the Asian man.
Police released two CCTV images of the men they want to question in connection with the rape but so far no arrests have been made.
Superintendent Stuart Ellison of North Manchester division, said: "We have received a high volume of calls about this shocking case and I would like to thank those people who have got in touch.
"Thanks to the information passed on, officers are following up a number of lines of inquiry.
"The details we have received has strengthened our belief this was an isolated incident and it's important that we look to reassure the city centre community that there is not a wider threat to young people who visit or work in Manchester city centre.
"However, it is vital we catch those who are responsible for this horrific crime and bring them to justice.
"If you recognise the images of the men that have been released or you were shopping in the city centre and saw the men walking with the victim, we are keen to hear from you."
Anyone with information is asked to call North Manchester CID on 0161 856 3240 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.