A major police investigation is underway in Sweden after four teenage girls were raped and 11 other women were sexually abused during a music festival in the town of Emmaboda.
According to reports the four girls aged between 15-17 were raped at the annual Emmaboda Music Festival which was held last weekend.
Reports also say that another 11 women aged 18 and older suffered sexual abuse at the festival which also had a number of drug busts during its duration.
Police say they are on the hunt for six suspects in connection with a number of sexual assaults on young women and the rape of a minor.
The latest bout of sexual assaults come in what can only be described as a turbulent time for music organisers in the country as a number of rapes and sexual assaults have occurred at previous events over the past few months.
Just last month a number of acts including British band Mumford and Sons have opted not to perform in the country after five alleged rapes and more than a dozen sexual assaults were reported at the Bravella festival in Norrkoping, where they headlined.