Police in Milton Keynes are appealing for witnesses following a stabbing in the Stantonbury area of the city.

Officers are appealing after an incident they responded to at around 6pm on Sunday (12/05), when they received a report of a stabbing in Walsh’s Manor, Stantonbury.

The victim was a 20-year-old man, who was in his vehicle, a white Volkswagen Golf, which was stationary.

A man then approached the victim’s vehicle, smashed through the car window and stabbed the driver with a bladed weapon.

The offender is described as black, in his mid-twenties, of stocky build, about 6ft 3ins, clean shaven, with black hair which was receding. He was wearing a black puffa jacket.

There was also a second person was with the offender, who is described as black, male and about 6ft.

It is believed the two men fled the scene in a blue BMW vehicle.

Investigating officer DCI Nick Glister said, “Violent crime will not be tolerated in the Thames Valley and we are conducting a thorough investigation to find those responsible.

“We have CCTV, forensic and automatic number plate recognition enquiries ongoing. We have also identified a number of witnesses, but I want to appeal to anyone with any information to please come forward.

“Do you have any dashcam, CCTV or mobile phone footage of the incident, or did you see a blue BMW or a white Volkswagen Golf in Stantonbury last night? If you did then we want to hear from you.”

DCI Glister also confirmed officers are continuing to support the victim, and that he is in a stable condition in hospital.

He added, “The easiest way to leave us information is on our website at thamesvalley.police.uk/tua/tell-us-about/cor/tell-us-about-existing-case-report/ quoting investigation reference number 1100 (12/5), or you can call 101.

“We continue to support the victim, who sustained five stab wounds to his abdomen and torso. He is currently in a stable condition at hospital.”