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A murder investigation has been launched after three people were found dead in Bourne End, Buckinghamshire after a suspected shooting incident.

Neighbours living in a sheltered living accommodation reported hearing gunshots.

Thames Valley Police said in a statement: “The Major Crime Unit has launched a murder investigation following an incident in Bourne End. At around 9.55pm yesterday (Tuesday, April 19), officers attended an address in Spring Gardens following reports of a disturbance.

“Inside, officers found three people deceased and evidence to suggest a serious assault had occurred.

“The deceased are a man and a woman, both in their 60s and from Bourne End, and a man in his 50s from Hazlemere, Bucks. All known to each other.”

The victims were named locally as Susan and Jeffrey Farrance, both of whom were in their sixties.

Detectives say the incident was a ‘targeted attack’

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One resident living within the Orchard House complex and who wished to remain unnamed, said: “I woke up to armed officers with guns, going bang bang bang and I saw forensic science officers later. “

Locals said they had spotted a police helicopter hovering overhead during the early hours of the morning.

Forensics officers have been at the scene since last night, with witnesses reporting that armed police had descended on the address last night.

Detectives believe it was a “targeted attack”, but say they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the three deaths.

There is a huge police presence at the scene of what is being described as a 'serious incident'

There is a huge police presence at the scene of what is being described as a ‘serious incident’

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A spokesperson from developers Red Kite Housing told the Daily Express: “We are aware of an incident at one of our sheltered schemes, Orchard House in Bourne End.

“We are currently working with the police to help assist with their investigation.”

Thames Valley Police has said there is not believed to be a ‘wider danger to the public’ as a result of the incident.

Police have said that there is no danger to the wider public

Police have said that there is no danger to the wider public

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A Thames Valley Police spokesperson said: “Thames Valley Police is on the scene of a serious incident in Spring Gardens, Bourne End. At this stage we are not in a position to provide further comment, but will update as soon as we are able to. We do not believe there to be a wider danger to the public at this time.”

Senior investigating officer Detective Superintendent Kevin Brown, of the Major Crime Unit, said: “We are in the very early stages of this investigation and we are dealing with a very complex enquiry, which appears a targeted attack. We are not looking for anyone else in connection with it.

“We would ask anyone who may have heard a disturbance or who may have seen anyone or anything unusual in or around Orchard House or Spring Gardens between 5pm and 10pm yesterday to please come forward and call 101, quoting reference 2037 of 19/4/2022.

He added: “The next of kin have been informed and are being supported by specially trained officers, our thoughts remain with them at this most difficult time.

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