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Police appeal for witnesses after boy is kidnapped in High Wycombe

| October 30, 2021

An appeal for witnesses has been launched by Thames Valley Police after a boy was kidnapped in High Wycombe.

On Friday 29th October 2021, at approximately 3.30pm, a 16 year old boy was in the Loudwater area of High Wycombe when he was approached by a group of men and forced to get into a dark blue car.

The 16 year old boy was taken to another location and returned home several hours later having been assaulted. An iPhone 12 and a body warmer were stolen from the 16 year old boy.

During the incident the 16 year old boy sustained a laceration to his right hand, a large cut to his cheek, which required stitching, as well as lumps to his head. He also lost two molar teeth and had his hair cut. The boy required hospital treatment for these injuries, however he has since been discharged.

The group of men involved were dressed in black, however at the current time no further description available.

Investigating officer Detective Inspector Emily Evans, of Slough CID, said: ‘I am appealing to anybody who was in the Loudwater area yesterday afternoon who believe that they witnessed this incident to please get in touch with Thames Valley Police.

This happened in the middle of the afternoon, and I am sure that people will have witnessed this.

I would also like to hear from anybody who may have been driving in the area to please check your dash-cam and contact the force if it has captured anything that can assist this investigation.

You can make contact by making a report online or by calling 101, quoting reference number 43210489072.

For 100% anonymity, you can also call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

This is a concerning set of circumstances, but at this stage of the investigation, we believe this to be an isolated incident.

You will notice an increased police presence in the area while our enquiries continue, and if you have any information or concerns, you can speak to any of our officers.

*Source of article : Thames Valley Police ‘latest news’.

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