Two boys have been charged with attempted murder and assault after two men were stabbed in Windsor.
Police were called shortly before 4pm on Thursday, 4th June, after two men were stabbed in Bell View.
A 21-year-old man was airlifted to Southampton General Hospital suffering from stab wounds. He is currently in a serious but stable condition.
A 20-year-old man suffered a cut to his left wrist. He is no longer receiving medical treatment.
The teenagers, aged 16 and 17, one from Windsor and one from Slough, who cannot be named for legal reasons, have each been charged with attempted murder and assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
They were remanded in custody and are due to appear at Slough Magistrates Court tomorrow.
The parents of a 20-year-old man who has been missing from his home in Slough for almost two weeks have recorded a video message in a bid to help find him.
Rajan Gill's father Davinder, his mother Susan and uncle Palvinder recorded their message alongside an appeal from Superintendent Simon Bowden.
They said: "As a family we are broken, sick with worry." They said his disappearance was completely out of character.
Rajan Gill was reported missing on 16 March after he failed to return home from an earlier walk. His family last saw him at around 4pm that day.
Rajan is described as Asian, 5ft 6ins tall, with short dark hair.
Despite numerous police inquiries and public appeals to help find Rajan, there has been no positive sighting of him since he went missing. Nor has he made contact with anyone.
Police are appealing for helping in tracking down a man who went missing in early December.
Robert Crosby, 38, went missing from his home in Thame, Oxfordshire,on December 2.
He is believed to have links to Oxfordshire and Ealing in London.
Mr Crosby in 5ft 8ins, of heavy build, and has ginger cropped hair. He occasionally wears glasses.
Sgt Jonathan Shaw, of Thame police station, said: “We are appealing for anyone with any information about Mr Crosby’s whereabouts to contact police.
“We are concerned for Mr Crosby’s welfare and possible deteriorating health and would like to know he is safe and well.”
A 12-year-old boy has died after jumping into a river.
Police were called to reports that a boy had got into trouble in the Jubilee River in Wood Lane, Cippenham in Slough, at about 8pm yesterday. A full search was launched, but his body was discovered just after midnight, Thames Valley Police said.
Detective Sergeant Lucy Deane said:
"Our thoughts go out to the family of this young boy, who has become the victim of what appears to be a tragic accident. The incident is being thoroughly investigated, but we do not believe there to be any suspicious circumstances at this time.
"I also would like to emphasise that although it might be tempting to jump in the river when the weather is warm, there are often hidden dangers under the water and so we would advise against doing so."
A man has died after the crane in which he was in fell onto the hard shoulder of the M25, Thames Valley Police have said.
The accident saw the anti-clockwise stretch between Junctions 15 and 16 closed off this morning, causing severe delays to commuters.
The road has since reopened, though one lane remains shut.
Thames Valley Police has released an image of a man wanted after absconding from a Buckinghamshire prison.
Dean Cambage, aged 31, is wanted after absconding from HMP Springhill in Grendon Underwood, Buckinghamshire, at about 8.30am on 7 April 2013.Cambage is white, 5ft 11ins, of medium build with short brown hair. Thames Valley Police believe that Cambage could be in the Dorset area or London.
There are no reasons to suspect at this time that he is a risk to himself or the public, but anyone who sees Cambage, or knows where he is should contact the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101.
Thames Valley Police are re-investigating eight deaths that have been unsolved for decades.
The cold cases date back to the 1970s - after bodies were found in Berkshire and Buckinghamshire alongside railways, and in rivers.
Police don't know who they are, and are asking you to help. Liz Wickham reports.
Police are continuing to question a 28 year-old man after a woman's body was found in an underpass in Bracknell.
A witness said the 43 year-old victim was lying in a pool of blood with a glass bottle next to her.
Thames Valley Police have urged any potential witnesses who were near the scene in Bay Drive in the early hours of yesterday morning to get in touch with them.