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Attempted burglaries spark hunt in Milton Keynes

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A series of attempted burglaries in Milton Keynes has pushed Thames Valley Police to appeal for witnesses.

At about 12.35am on April 23, the victim was walking on Coltsfoot Place, Conniburrow, when she saw a man trying to open the window of her home.

She whistled at him to get his attention and as she approached, he walked down the unlit alleyway next to the property.

The victim contacted the police, who searched the area but no offender was found.

The offender was a black man with short dark hair, around 6ft tall and of medium build. He was wearing a short sleeved grey top and dark coloured trousers.

Anyone with information is asked to contact investigating officer Det Con Samantha Reynolds on 101.

> Between 9.30pm on Friday, April 25 and 6am on Saturday 26 April, offenders entered the back garden of a property in Oxman Lane, Greenleys, and tried to force open the rear door to the house.

They were unsuccessful and no entry was gained.

Anyone with information is asked to contact investigating officer Det Con Samantha Reynolds on 101.

>Yesterday, between 1.50am and 2.05am, the occupant of a house in Westfield Road, Bletchley, heard someone outside his property.

When he checked the windows on the ground floor, he found one had been forced open and searched outside with a torch but did not find anyone.

Police are keen to speak to a man they think may be connected to the crime, who was wearing a light coloured top and dark bottoms, but there is no other description available.

Anyone with any information should contact PC Jacqueline Baverstock via the Police Enquiry Centre on 101.

> There was a burglary in Stacey Bushes, between 5pm on 19 April and 5.45pm on April 24 when offenders gained entry to a property in White Alder via rear patio doors.

Nothing was stolen in the incident.

If you have any information or saw anyone acting suspiciously in the area between the dates please call PC Jacqueline Baverstock from Milton Keynes Local Area CID on 101.

If you don’t want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.

 

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