Police search for Milton Keynes man who deliberately rode BMW on motorbike

Police are trying to track down a man who deliberately drove a motorbike in Milton Keynes. Thames Valley Police officers today (May 21) launched a public appeal for the whereabouts of 31-year-old Andrew Saunders.

The breach happened in Newport Road, Woughton Park at around 7.25pm ​​last Saturday (May 14). The attacker drove a silver BMW onto the motorcycle, injuring the driver and passenger, a man in his twenties and a teenager.

The man suffered significant friction burns and the boy was left with a broken ankle, a dislocated shoulder and significant friction burns. The investigating officer, Detective Constable Hollie Cromarty, of Milton Keynes CID, said: “Saunders is wanted in connection with this offence.

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“I call on members of the public to contact the police if they see Saunders or have any information about his whereabouts. Saunders is a white male, medium build, approximately 6ft 1in tall, with dark blonde hair and with blue eyes.

“If anyone sees Saunders, do not approach him. Instead, call the police on 999, quoting the reference number 43220209272.”

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