Two months after four people attacked a special-needs teen in Chicago that was streamed on Facebook Live, there was another crime, which was streamed on the social media website. Chicago authorities said Saturday they arrested a 14-year-old boy in connection to the assault wherein a 15-year-old girl was gang-raped by five or six men and it was seen on Facebook Live.

Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said the juvenile suspect faces felony charges of aggravated criminal sexual assault, manufacturing of child pornography and dissemination of child pornography, reports said.

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Police are searching for the other attackers who were seen in the video. Police spokesman Jose Estrada told CNN after the assault that the video focused mostly on the body parts, so identifying the suspects would be difficult as their faces were not clearly visible to the investigators.

A day before the assault took place, the victim had reportedly stayed over with her family in the evening and then went to the church with them the next day. She was dropped off near her home after which she wasn't seen until March 21. During the time she went missing, she was allegedly sexually assaulted, reports said.

The Facebook Live recording reportedly had as many as 40 viewers at one point. When the girl was reunited with her mother, she was taken to a hospital where she was examined for her injuries, a family member told  Chicago Tribune. After the incident was reported to the police and investigations began, the girl's family moved to a new place with the help of authorities due to threats and taunts, the report added.

The mother of the victim told the Associated Press last month that her daughter was receiving continuous threats from the perpetrators since the assault and even the neighborhood kids had been making fun of it and harassing her family.

This is the third such incident in recent months in Chicago that has been broadcast live on Facebook. In February, the fatal shooting of a 2-year-old boy was captured on Facebook Live by his aunt, reports said.