Police are appealing for information following an incident of assault in Milton Keynes.
The appeal relates to an incident that happened at 11.40am on Sunday 4 August in Bradwell Road, New Bradwell. The victim, a 40-year-old man, was walking his dog when he was assaulted by an offender who was also walking down the street.
A vehicle, believed to be a black Audi, then pulled over near to them. Two offenders then exited the car and assaulted the victim along with the other offender, before all three got into the car and drove away.
Minutes later, the victim was again assaulted by one of the same offenders, who pulled up outside the victim’s home in North Street in a blue Peugeot hatchback. The vehicle was then driven away following the assault.
The victim sustained bruising and swelling to his face and laceration injuries. He was attended to by paramedics at the scene.
One of the offenders was a white man in his early twenties, with blonde hair and around 5ft 8ins tall with a medium build. He was dressed in a blue t-shirt and blue trousers.
Another of the offenders was also a white man in his late thirties or early forties, around 6ft tall with a thin build. He was dressed in a white t-shirt with red and white shorts.
Both of them were in the black Audi.
Police have also confirmed that a 22-year-old man from Milton Keynes has been arrested on suspicion of assault and using violence to secure entry to a premises. He has been released on police bail until 28 August.
Investigating officer PC Nathan Jones said, “I am appealing for witnesses following these incidents, which was a terrifying experience for the victim who also suffered injuries.
“I would appeal to anyone who was in the areas described at this time to think back to whether they saw or heard anything that could prove to be of help with my investigation.
“I would also like to ask if any passing motorists have dash-cam footage or any homeowners have CCTV that could have potentially captured anything significant.
“Anyone with information should call police on 101 quoting 43190238959. You can also call the independent charity Crimestoppers for 100% anonymity on 0800 555 111.”