‘Rich’ ex-double glazing agency boss, 77, is brutally killed in his £555,000 residence in leafy Buckinghamshire town- as police arrest man, 36, ‘identified to sufferer’ on suspicion of homicide
- John Bamford died at semi-detached home in Wendover after struggling accidents
- Police have been known as to the tackle at 5.25pm on Tuesday to experiences of an assault
- Suspect has been taken into custody as police mentioned he was ‘identified to the sufferer’
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A retired double glazing firm boss has been killed at his residence in a leafy market city on the sting of the Chilterns as a 36-year-old who knew the sufferer was arrested for homicide.
John Bamford, 77, suffered critical accidents through the assault at his home in Wendover, Buckinghamshire, and died on the scene.
Police have been known as to the tackle at 5.25pm on Tuesday to experiences of an assault, and the suspect was taken into custody.
One neighbour advised MailOnline: ‘All hell broke free. I counted seven police automobiles, two ambulances and the air ambulance.’
He mentioned he believed Mr Bamford had suffered deadly wounds after being ‘slashed’ with a knife.
The neighbour added: ‘He had been right here for over 15-years. He used to have a whole lot of flash automobiles – Mercedes and Ferraris.’
The 77-year-old suffered critical accidents through the assault at his home in Wendover, Buckinghamshire, and died on the scene. Pictured are forensics on the scene
Police have been known as to the tackle at 5.25pm on Tuesday to experiences of an assault, and the suspect was taken into custody
Mr Bamford has not but been recognized because the sufferer by police, was named regionally to MailOnline.
Neighbours mentioned the sufferer ran a double glazing enterprise and spent his days strolling his Jack Russell Terrier and greeting passers-by blissful after they stroked his pet.
He had been married 3 times and had two sons of their thirties and a number of other step-children.
A neighbour on the scene, who didn’t wish to named, mentioned Mr Bamford’s canine had been taken to security after the assault.
Different’s described the OAP as a quiet man who had lived on the street for nearly 20 years.
Wendover is a market city in Buckinghamshire on the sting of the Chilterns (which could be seen within the distance on this photograph of the street)
At this time police stood guard outdoors the £550,000 semi-detached property, which was corned off by crime scene tape.
Detective Superintendent Kevin Brown of the Main Crime Group mentioned: ‘We’re presently within the very early phases of this investigation.
‘The individuals concerned have been identified to one another and an arrest has been made.
‘There will probably be some disruption within the space over the subsequent few days because the investigation continues.’
Anybody with data is requested to contact Thames Valley Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Detective Superintendent Kevin Brown of the Main Crime Group mentioned: ‘We’re presently within the very early phases of this investigation.’ Pictured are packages outdoors the home