Attempted burglaries in Blue Bridge, Bletchley, Bradwell Common and Woburn Sands

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Milton Keynes police are appealing for witnesses to a number of attempted burglaries.

Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses after a property was targeted in Mortons Fork, Blue Bridge.

At 7.45am on Friday, April 4, in Mortons Fork, Blue Bridge, a victim heard the door bell ring - she looked out of the window to see who was at the door and a little while later she heard the door being rocked back and forth in the frame.

The victim’s husband shouted and the offenders ran away.

The first offender was a white man in his early 20s, of a slim build, around 5ft 10ins. He was wearing a light grey hooded top and a grey woolly hat.

The second offender was a woman in her early twenties, of a medium build, around 5ft 6ins. She was wearing a dark grey hooded top and was pushing a pushchair.

Other recent attempted burglaries include:

* Newton Road, Bletchley, between 12pm and 1.30pm, on Tuesday, April 8, offenders unsuccessfully attempted to gain entry by forcing a rear window and also forcing a rear door.

* Blackthorn Grove, Woburn Sands, between Friday and Monday, April 4 and 7, would-be thieves attempted to gain entry to a rear sliding door, leaving tool marks on the frame.

* Queensbury Lane, Monkston Park, at 8.25am on Saturday, April 5, offenders attempted to gain entry by smashing a rear window of the property. It is believed the offenders were disturbed by a neighbour who heard banging at this time.

Three people were seen running out of the garden and closed the gate. They ran along the back road. One was in a grey hooded top with a white Adidas stripe down the side, the other two had dark coloured hooded tops. All had the hoods up.

A black VW Golf was seen leaving the area at this time at speed.

Anyone with information about any of these crimes should contact Det Con Chris Oakman from Milton Keynes police station via the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre 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