On Thursday 6th August 2015, at around 5.00pm, four boys were playing near to the football changing room in the car park of Edinburgh playing fields in Aylesbury opposite the Hampden garden shops.
A man approached them who then started to argue with them. The man then walked off. He returned later and again started to argue with the boys before punching two of the boys, both aged 14, in the face.
The victims sustained cuts and bruises but did not require hospital treatment.
Investigating officer PC Samuel Bradley, of the Local Policing Team in Aylesbury, said: ‘We are appealing for witnesses to come forward after this attack on two teenage boys.. The two boys were punched in the face, causing cuts and bruises, and one of the boys lost a tooth.
The man is Asian, 18-19-years-old, with black short hair, and was wearing a black leather jacket, a black t-shirt and black tracksuit bottoms. He also has a white patch of skin near his right eyebrow, which might have been skin discolouration or a scab.
We think this man was driving a silver car, which was parked in the car park at the time.
I would particularly like to speak to a group of white and Asian men, with ages ranging from 12-18-years-old, who were nearby at the time of the incident and may have seen the offender.‘
Thames Valley Police are appealing for anyone with information about the incident to please call the 24 hour Thames Valley Police enquiry centre on 101.
If you do not want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.