A 17-year-old boy was dragged right into a automotive after being punched within the head by an unknown man on Saturday morning.
Between 9.45am and 10.15am on Saturday (November 7), the 17-year-old was approached by an unknown man on the garages across the again of Grenville Inexperienced, Aylesbury.
The kidnapper punched the sufferer to the pinnacle earlier than dragging him right into a black SUV-type car, believed to be both a Honda or Hyundai.
Contained in the car had been two others, a male driver and a feminine front-seat passenger.
The boy was advised by the occupants at hand over money and his cell phone, while being threatened by the suspects.
After this, they drove the car to Church Sq. the place they stopped the car and pushed the sufferer out on the bus cease.
The q7-year-old suffered slight bruising to the pinnacle and reddening to the neck, however fortuitously didn’t require hospital remedy.
The principle offender is described as a white man, of common construct and round 6ft tall.
He had hair described as ginger, and a tattoo that ran from his chest to his neck.
The girl is described as white, aged in her 30s.
She was of common construct with brown straight hair of shoulder size and was carrying a purple prime and black leggings.
The person who was driving is described as white, aged in his 40s with brown hair with a fringe right down to his eyebrows.
The registration of the car concerned probably started AU70 or AU20.
Investigating officer Detective Constable Chris Beckford, of Aylesbury CID, mentioned: “This was a daunting ordeal for the sufferer, and I’m asking for anyone from the Grenville Inexperienced space who had entry to their garages on Saturday morning and may need seen or heard something to please come ahead.
“I’m significantly eager to listen to from anyone who might have seen a suspicious car matching the outline above, or witnessed the sufferer being pulled into the automotive.
“I’m additionally seeking to converse to a gentleman who was stood at his storage because the sufferer was inside the car and a female and male had been strolling close to to the bus cease when the sufferer bought out of the car.
“These two individuals requested if the sufferer was OK.
“Anyone with any data ought to name the 24-hour non-emergency quantity 101, quoting reference 43200364314 or alternatively make a report on-line.
“You can even name the unbiased charity Crimestoppers 100% anonymously on 0800 555 111.
“This can be a regarding incident, however does look like an remoted one.
“Anyone with any data that may help this investigation, regardless of how insignificant you consider your data could also be, please contact the police.”