A 14-YEAR-OLD boy was the victim of an unprovoked assault as he walked with friends in Shenley Church End.
The boy was with two friends on Selby Grove at around 6pm on April 3 when a teenage boy and two girls walked past them.
The older boy asked them ‘what they were looking at?’ and when they said’ they weren’t’ he became abusive, to which the victim and his friends told him to shut up.
The offender then assaulted the boy, grabbing him by the neck and kicking and punching his head. He also attacked another of the boys.
He asked for the boy’s phone but he did not have it with him so the attacker walked away.
He was described as black, aged between 16 and 18-years-old and slim. He is around 6ft 3ins tall with black curly hair. He was wearing a white jacket with a red and yellow striped v-neck top. It is thought he was drunk and dribbling.
Detective constable Tejinder Sidhu, of Milton Keynes CID, said: “The victim did not sustain visible injuries but was left shocked by the unprovoked attack.
“It was daylight and the offence occurred in a residential area, therefore it is likely that someone may have heard or seen something.”
Any witnesses can call police on 0845 8 505 505 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.