Two men on bikes approach two ladies with an 11 year old girl and 7 year old boy while walking in a park near in Milton Keynes
Two Men On Bicycles Attack And Threaten Park Walkers In Milton Keynes
Police in Milton Keynes are appealing to anyone who witnessed a public order incident that occurred in Furzton.
On Sunday 30th December, 2019 at around 14:15 hours two men on bicycles approached two young ladies, an 11 year old young girl and a 7 year old boy while in the park near Dulverton Drive in the Furzton area.
The men apparently made comments which were homophobic. It is said that they also threatened the four to assault and kill them.
The men made homophobic comments and threatened to assault and kill the four victims.
The young boy was grabbed by his arm by one of the offenders and tried to pull him away but when he couldn’t he threw his bicycle at the the young boy and one of the woman. She suffered minor injuries but didn’t require medical attention and no other injuries were reported.
One of the offenders is described as black, around 5′ 5″ in height, of medium build and about 30 years old.
The other offender was also black, 5′ 8″ approximately in height, a larger build and also about 30 year with dreadlocks. Both of these men had accents of African origin.
The officer investigating the incident, PC Nic Grima from Thames Valley Police and based at Milton Keynes station said that is was a distressing incident for the victim involved.
She is appealing to and would like to speak to anyone with information about this incident or about the offenders who were involved in this.
If anyone of our readers have any information about this incident could you kindly report it via the 24 hours enquiry centre of Thames Valley Police on 101 quoting ref: 43180395639 or you can also make an online report.
You may prefer not to speak to the police directly in which case you may want to call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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