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Hang Yin Leung murder: Son appeals for more information on mum's killer

The son of Hang Yin Leung, who was murdered in Milton Keynes last month, has made an appeal for more information on his mother's death.

Mrs Leung, who was 64, died several days after her home was burgled by six men on 31 January, at Orne Gardens in Bolbeck Park.

She was knocked to the floor and held to the ground by one of the men.

The man who initially knocked on the door is described as:

  • White
  • 6ft 2 ins
  • Large build, with a wide face
  • Wore a baby blue sweater with a high neck, jeans and fingerless gloves.
Hang Yin Leung (pictured in the pink top) with her family Credit: Thames Valley Police

Her son, Keith Leung, says she was a 'bubbly and energetic" woman.

and is urging anyone who may have known what happened on that day to come forward.

It is not right that she should pass away in such a manner.

I ask you not to remember her as a victim, or a burden on society. I ask you to remember her as someone that is bubbly and energetic, as they way she would want to be remembered.

Please if you have any information on the events that happened on 31 January, please contact Crimestoppers or Thames Valley Police.

– Keith Leung

Items stolen include a 1991 Oyster model Rolex watch worth £8,000 and a long service medal from the Hong Kong police where Mrs Leung worked for many years.

Police are urging anyone who may have been offered the items stolen in the burglary or know who may have carried out this attack, to come forward.

This is a despicable crime - an elderly lady home alone.

If you have been offered any of these items, please do let us know.

If you have any information on who has done this, please come forward.

– Det Supt Simon Steel, Thames Valley police
Mrs Leung with her husband Chun Yau Credit: Thames Valley Police
  • If you have any information which could assist the investigation, please call the 24-hour Thames Valley Police enquiry centre on 101 quoting URN 1201 31/1.
  • If you do not want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.