Man stabbed in his face, neck, arm and hand in Milton Keynes assault

    The incident happened in a small park in Conniburrow, Milton Keynes between 11th and 12th North Street.

    Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses after a man sustained stab wounds in an assault in Milton Keynes.

    Between 2.30am and 3am on Sunday 14 October, the victim, a man in his thirties, met another person at a small park in Conniburrow between 11th and 12th North Street.

    The offender appeared from an alleyway with another man.

    As they walked towards the overbridge near the park, the victim felt blows to his face, neck, arm and hand. He managed to get away and ran over the bridge towards Secklow Gate near Lloyds bank.

    At this point, the victim realised he was bleeding heavily and called the ambulance service.

    He had sustained multiple stab wounds to his body and neck and was taken the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. He has since been discharged.

    Both men are aged between 18 and 23 years old and spoke with Birmingham accents.

    The main offender is described as a light skinned black man, who was around 5ft 6ins tall.

    He was clean shaven and wore a black tracksuit, baseball cap and bandana.

    The second offender is described as a black man and around 6ft tall. He is of medium build and had braided hair.

    Investigating officer Detective Constable John Swallow, of Force CID at Milton Keynes police station, said: “We are investigating the reasons behind the meeting of the victim and the offenders, but the victim sustained some serious injuries in a nasty attack.

    “Thankfully, he managed to get away from his attackers and raise the alarm.

    “We are treating this investigation with the utmost priority and I believe this is an isolated incident.

    “I am appealing for anybody who was in the area between 2.30am and 3am on 14 October and who believes they witnessed the assault to call police.”

    If you have any information about the incident call the 24-hour Thames Valley Police enquiry centre on 101, quoting reference number 43180313815.

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