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Two women from Harrow arrested after seven-year-old child injured with stun gun

Thames Valley Police have appealed for witnesses following a public order incident in High Wycombe on Wednesday 21 July. 

At around 11.20pm a fight broke out between a number of individuals outside the Shell Garage on London Road in High Wycombe.

During the incident, a seven-year-old child was injured with a stun gun, causing minor injuries and the windows of a blue Ford S-Max were smashed police said.

The individuals then got into two vehicles, the car with the smashed windows and a black Ford Mustang and drove along London Road towards High Wycombe before being stopped by police.

Thames Valley Police also confirmed that a number of weapons, including a stun gun, were recovered from one of the vehicles.

A 40-year-old woman from Harrow, a 44-year old woman (also from Harrow) and a 22-year-old woman from Hillingdon have been arrested on suspicion of possession of an offensive weapon.

They remain in police custody at this time

Investigating officer Detective Inspector Peter Wall, based at High Wycombe police station, said: “This is a serious incident in which a child has been injured and is fortunate to have only sustained minor injuries. This investigation is already well underway with a number of leads being pursued by my team and we are keen to hear from anyone who may have any information that could assist with our enquiries.

“Incidents like this are understandably concerning for our local community but I would like to take this opportunity to reassure the public that this is believed to be a self-contained incident with no risk to the wider public.

“If you have any information or suspicions to share with us, please get in touch using our online form or by calling 101 with ref 43210325205. Alternatively, you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously via their website or on 0800 555 111.”

Source: Thames Valley Police