Police appeal to trace two wanted men in Milton Keynes

    Mustaffe Dahir (left) and Shuab Mohammed (right)

    Thames Valley Police is appealing for the public’s help in locating two men who are wanted in connection with an incident of attempted murder in Milton Keynes.

    Mustaffe Dahir, aged 19, of Tolcarne Avenue, Fishermead, Milton Keynes, and Shuab Mohammed, aged 21, of Titan Terrace, Oakgrove in Milton Keynes, are wanted in connection with an incident of attempted murder.

    Dahir is around 6ft tall, with a medium build. Mohammed is 5ft 8ins tall, of a medium build and wears glasses.

    Both men are believed to have links in the Fishermead area of Milton Keynes.

    The incident took place at around 3.05am on Wednesday 3 June, when two offenders entered a property in Ulyett Place, Milton Keynes.

    A man and woman, both aged in their twenties, were inside the property. Both victims were attacked by the offenders, with the man sustaining a stab wound and the woman sustaining a head injury.

    The man managed to leave the property, and drove to nearby Ramsons Avenue where he reported the incident to police.

    Both victims were taken to hospital but have since been discharged.

    This incident is believed to be isolated, and we do not believe that there is a threat to the wider public.

    Investigating officer, Detective Chief Inspector Steve Raffield, of Milton Keynes police station, said: “We are continuing to investigate this incident of attempted murder, which resulted in two victims sustaining injuries.

    “If anyone has seen either Mustaffe Dahir or Shuab Mohammed, or knows of their whereabouts, we would ask that they get in touch with police.

    “I would like to assure the public that this incident is being treated as isolated, and we do not believe that there is a wider threat to the community.

    “However, if anyone believes they’ve seen either of these men, please do not approach them and instead contact Thames Valley Police by calling 999.

    “Please quote reference number 43200164220 in any reports made. You can also report online, or you can call independent Charity Crimestoppers for 100% anonymity on 0800 555 111.”

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