In the space of 24 hours, 14 domestic-related incidents, one rape and ABH were reported in Milton Keynes.

In a daily management meeting, which was chaired by Superintendent Marc Tarbit of Thames Valley Police Milton Keynes on January 11, the alleged offences were reported within the space of a day.

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In the breakdown, it was revealed that between January 10 and 11, there were no reported residential burglaries or robbery offences.

However, during the same period, there were 14 domestic-related crimes and incidents reviewed for investigation (ranging from non-crime incidents to allegations of stalking and assaults), one reported rape which has been reviewed by CID for investigation as well as one report of ABH.

The investigation for the latter is currently ongoing.

In the same report, it was confirmed that the early turn officers that started their shift on January 11 were dealing with three custody handovers.

The detainees are currently being held on suspicion of common assault, burglary, and criminal damage.

There were also two reported unauthorised encampments and 97 reports for non-compliance related to Covid-19.

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The information was published through Thames Valley Police Milton Keynes’ Facebook page.

And despite the concerning nature of the crimes being reported within the town, several people thanked the police for their efforts to make Milton Keynes safe.

Ruth Carter said on Facebook: “Thank you guys for protecting us all, you are appreciated by so many.

“Keep safe.”

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Dudley Rose added: “Thank you for the update, you all do a great job in very difficult circumstances, well done.”

If you have a crime to report, call 101 or 999.