Hit N Run MK Burglars In Convoy With A Merc

12 November 2018, 12:37 | Updated: 12 November 2018, 12:52

Hit N Run Police Officer Injured

Police in Milton Keynes have revealed more details of the evening when one of their officers was knocked down by suspected escaping burglars.

The officer suffered serious leg injuries when its thought a black Audi struck her in a road close to the burglary in Belsize Avenue last Saturday (3rd November).

We know now the Audio S3 was in convoy with a dark-coloured Mercedes.. the officer has now left hospital but is still getting on-going support.


Officers responded to a report of a burglary in progress at around 7.25pm on Belsize Avenue, Springfield, Milton Keynes on Saturday (3rd November .

After officers arrived at the scene, the offenders made off in a car, believed to be a black Audi S3, which was then involved in a collision with a police officer nearby on Graveney Place.

As a result of the collision the police officer suffered a serious but non-life-threatening injury to her leg. She was taken to Milton Keynes University Hospital and then transferred to John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. She has since had surgery on her leg and has been discharged from hospital.

Nobody else was injured during the incident.

The Black Audi S3 involved was in convoy with a dark coloured Mercedes car.

An investigation has been launched in relation to this incident. No arrests have been made.

Ongoing support is being given to the injured officer and her family.

Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Superintendent Justin Fletcher, said:

"We are at the early stages of this investigation in which a police officer suffered a serious injury.

We would ask anyone who has seen the vehicle, which we believe to be an Audi S3, travelling along Belsize Avenue or Graveney Place, in Springfield, Milton Keynes this evening (3/11) or witnessed the collision to come forward and speak to police.

Additionally, if any motorists have any dash-cam footage we would urge them to get in touch with us."

Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting URN 1250 3/11.