A teenage boy and two men have been charged by detectives investigating a spate of burglaries and a firearm "incident”.

Junaid Nasir, 19, of Patterson Road, Chesham, Itisham Hussain, 21, of Underwood Road, High Wycombe, and a 15-year-old boy from Chalfont St Giles were arrested on Monday, July 25.

Thames Valley Police charged the trio one day later having been called out to six different incidents from Friday, July 22, to Monday, July 25.

One of the charges was for possession of a firearm, in connection with an incident in London Road, Beaconsfield, on the Monday, police confirmed.

The dwelling burglary charges are in connection with burglaries at Kings Ash, Great Missenden, on Monday July 25, two properties in Potter Row, Great Missenden, on Friday July 22 and a burglary in Bank Mill Lane, Berkhamstead, between Friday, July 22 and Saturday, July 23.

The attempted burglary charge is in connection with an incident in Dancers End Lane, Buckland, on Monday (July 25).

In total, the suspects were charged with four counts of dwelling burglary, one count of attempted dwelling burglary and one count of possession of an imitation firearm.

Nasir, Hussain and the boy were remanded to appear at Wycombe Magistrates' Court on Wednesday (July 27) where the men were further remanded to appear at Aylesbury Crown Court on August 30.