A canal boat was severely damaged in a suspected arson attack in Bletchley early this morning.
Three fire crews were called to the Grand Union Canal, next to Phelps Road, Bletchley at round half past five
Firefighters used a main jet and a thermal imaging camera.
Police in Milton Keynes are appealing for information following a racist attack on a man in a supermarket car park.
The 24-year-old man was reversing his white Mitsubishi Evo in Morrisons car park in Westcroft at approximately 3.25pm on Sunday 10 May when two women approached the car.
The women were racially abusive towards the man and one of them threw hot coffee over him and his car.
“I would like to reassure the public that we are investigating this offence. Assaults and racist behaviour will not be tolerated in our community.”
Anyone who witnessed the assault, or knows the identity of the offenders, is asked to call the 24-hour Thames Valley Police enquiry centre on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Transport Police say that a man who was seen walking along the railway track at Bletchley Station is lucky that he wasn't electrocuted.
A man ran across the line after he was approached by officers back in March. He then managed to escape.
Police want to track down the man seen in the picture above who they think may be able to tell them what happened.
"A member of rail staff alerted police to a man walking on the line without permission.
The man was approached by officers, but ran off across the tracks onto a platform and then back onto the line before escaping via an embankment.
I cannot stress enough just how dangerous this man's actions were. He was incredibly fortunate not to be electrocuted or otherwise injured.
Not only that, but his actions caused delays to services, inconveniencing other members of the public.
Trespass is a serious offence and we need to find the person responsible.
I think the man in the image we are issuing today has important information about what happened. Who is he?"
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A seven-year-old boy has been killed in a car crash in Stoke Hammond near Leighton Buzzard.
A car and a lorry collided on the southbound carriageway of the A4146 Stoke Hammond Bypass near the junction with Leighton Road at approximately 2.15pm yesterday afternoon.
The boy, who was a passenger in the car, died at the scene - three other people were taken to hospital with serious injuries.
A 33-year-old man from Milton Keynes has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
"This is a very sad case where a young boy has lost his life. We are in the process of investigating the circumstances which led to these tragic consequences and so would urge anyone who was in the area before this time and saw the incident itself or who had seen either vehicle prior to the collision to please contact us as a matter of urgency."
Anyone with information can contact PC Terry via the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101.
The parents of a four year old boy from Bletchley near Milton Keynes say they're carrying out his dying wish after he lost his fight against a rare cancer.
Brave Henry Allen told his Mum and Dad he just wanted to make other sick children and their parents happy and told them they should give away his toys because he wouldn't get to play with them.
Now a foundation has been set up in Henry's name to spread a little bit of happiness.
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Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses after a firearms incident in Bletchley last night.
At around 9.15pm, offenders attempted to enter a property in St Helena Avenue, Newton Leys and a shot was fired at the door.
No one was injured during the incident.
“This was a frightening incident for the residents of the property who were at home at the time.
“Fortunately nobody was hurt but this was a serious offence in which a firearm was discharged. Officers are working to establish the circumstances surrounding the incident and I would appeal to anyone with any information, or who saw anything which could help us in this investigation, to contact me via the 101 number immediately.
“We currently have a scene watch in place and officers are in the area conducting house to house enquiries. If anyone has any concerns or questions, please speak to the officers.”
Anyone with information should contact the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101.
Police are investigating the unexplained death of a man at the Blue Lagoon lake near Bletchley, Milton Keynes.
At around 6.40pm yesterday officers were called to a report of a man who had got into in difficulties in the water, while retrieving a ball from the lake.
It is believed the 61-year-old man from Bletchley suffered a "medical episode" and was pulled out of the water by a member of the public.
The ambulance service attended and treated the man but he was declared dead at the scene.
Police cordoned off an area at the site while they carried out an investigation to determine the circumstances leading up to the man’s death, which is not being treated as suspicious at this stage.
This was a tragic incident, which has led to the sad loss of a life and our thoughts are with this man’s family at this time.
We would urge people to be aware of the hazards of getting into open water such as lakes, reservoirs and rivers, no matter how tempting it must be in the hot weather.
The fire service is urging people to store gas cylinders safely, following an explosion which destroyed a garage and damaged several houses in Buckinghamshire.
The explosion happened yesterday morning in Turnberry Close in Bletchley, causing a fire and forcing some homes to be evacuated.
The fire service say gas cylinders should be stored outdoors, not in sheds or garages.
An investigation is underway after an explosion and fire in a residential street in Bletchley this morning left a scene of devastation. Miraculously nobody was hurt.
Four fire engines were called to Turnberry Close about half four in the morning, and four homes had to be evacuated.
Two houses and a garage were on fire and another two had blast damage. The fire started after a gas cylinder exploded, as Elodie Harper reports: