Series of burglaries believed to be connected, confirmed across Milton Keynes and beyond

Police in Bedford and Milton Keynes are appealing for witnesses with information on seven robberies committed in quick succession.

Tuesday, 6th April 2021, 10:47 am
Updated Tuesday, 6th April 2021, 10:48 am

Between 6.45am and 4.30pm on Monday March 29 seven properties were burgled across Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire.

The offences took place in Stony Stratford, Loughton, Newton Longville, Stoke Hammond and Linslade.

Officers are investigating these burglaries as being linked and are appealing for anyone with information or any CCTV or doorbell cameras to come forward. A man has been charged in relation to these incidents.

Police in Milton Keynes and Bedfordshire are investigated seven robberies believed to be connected

Detective Inspector James Horseman, based at Milton Keynes police station, said: “This is a concerning series of incidents and I am keen to hear from anyone who may have seen or heard anything suspicious in these areas on Monday to come forward.

"If you live near these areas and have any CCTV or a doorbell camera then please review the footage to see whether you have captured anything that could help with our investigation."

"If you have any information that may assist with this investigation, you can get in touch using our online form or by calling 101, quoting reference number 43210131674. If you live in Bedfordshire, please quote reference number 40/15489/21."

A Thames Valley Police spokesperson outlined a timeline in which the incidents took place:

"Between 6.45am and 4.30pm a home in Park Road, Stony Stratford was burgled.

"At around 12.30pm a home in Bradwell Road, Loughton was burgled.

"At around 2pm a home in Drayton Road, Newton Longville was burgled.

"At around 3pm a home in Bragenham Side, Stoke Hammond was burgled.

"Between 3pm and 3.10pm a home in Rothschild Road, Linslade was burgled.

"At around 3.30pm a home in Southcott Village, Linslade was burgled.

"At around 3.45pm a home in St Marys Way, Linslade was burgled."