Police are searching for four people who were involved in an argument in Milton Keynes after a 19-year-old was arrested for being in possession of ‘a large sword’.

Thames Valley Police received reports of an argument involving five men and one woman on South Tenth Street at around 3:05pm on Tuesday, April 30.

One of the men reportedly had “what looked like a large sword”, but by the time officers arrived, the group had left the scene.

Nathaniel Asempa, 19, of Petersfield Green, was charged with possession of a blade in a public place, but police are still looking to speak to others involved in the argument to aid an ongoing investigation.

Asempa has been released on bail and will appear at Aylesbury Crown Court on June 17.

Today (May 19), Thames Valley Police released CCTV images of four people they want to speak to about the incident and are asking for the public’s help to track them down.

Detective Constable Lyndsay Gofton, of MK CID, said: “We are releasing these images as we believe the people pictured may have information that could help our investigation.

“If you know who is in the images, or if you are pictured, please contact us.

“You can make a report by calling 101 or online, quoting reference 43240198838.

“Alternatively, if you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or via its website.”