A man and woman have been injured after a house in Milton Keynes was broken into in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Several attackers forced their way into the property on Ulyett Place just after 3am on 3 June.
In the course of the attack the man was stabbed and the woman suffered a head injury.
The victims, who are in their twenties, were both treated in hospital for their injuries.
Following the attack, the male victim drove to Ransoms Avenue before phoning the police.
Cordons are now in place on both Ulyett Place and Ransoms Avenue, though Thames Valley Police believe it was an isolate incident.
Detective Chief Inspector Steve Raffield said: “We are currently investigating the circumstances of this incident, during which two victims have sustained injuries, which require hospital treatment.
“There are currently two scene watches in Ulyett Place and Ramsons Avenue, while officers investigate the circumstances. We would please ask the public to avoid these areas while officers make enquiries.
“I would like to reassure the public that we believe this was an isolated incident, and that there is no threat to the wider community.
“There will be an increased police presence in the area while we investigate."
Officers have asked anyone with information about the attack to contact them on 101 or via the Thames Valley Police website.