Police hunt for three boys after two girls were sexually assaulted in Milton Keynes

Police hunt for three boys after two girls were sexually assaulted after meeting in retail and recreation centre in Milton Keynes

  • Thames Valley Police released an image of three boys officers wish to speak to 
  • Police want to speak to the boys about the sexual assault of two teenage girls
  • Detectives believe the boys pictured may have vital information on the assaults

Police have released an image of three boys they are hunting over the alleged sexual assault of two teenage girls in Milton Keynes.

The two victims, both teenage girls who cannot be named for legal reasons, met three people in Xscape leisure centre at around 5.30pm on 22 August this year.

They swapped Snapchat details and spent some time chatting before all leaving the centre. 

The group then walked around Xscape on the Redway towards Fishermead where three people allegedly sexually assaulted both victims by touching them over their clothing, Thames Valley Police has said. 

The victims then managed to run away.

Detectives have released this image of three boys they want to speak to as they believe they might have information about the assaults.

Thames Valley Police has released an image of three boys officers wish to speak to about a sexual assault in Milton Keynes

Thames Valley Police has released an image of three boys officers wish to speak to about a sexual assault in Milton Keynes

Police believe the suspects could live in the Leighton Buzzard area and travelled to and from Milton Keynes on the train.

Investigating officer Detective Constable Lyndsay Gofton, based at Milton Keynes police station, said: ‘I am appealing for anyone who recognises the boys pictured in this image to please get in touch.

‘If you are one of the boys pictured then please come forward as soon as possible as we believe you may have vital information about these sexual assaults.

‘To contact us, call 101 or make a report on our website, quoting reference number 43220377235.

‘Alternatively, you can provide information anonymously to independent charity Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111 or via its website.’

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