Ex-double glazing firm boss, 77, is brutally killed in his £555,000 Chilterns home – as police arrest man, 36, ‘known to victim’ on suspicion of murder
- Victim died at semi-detached house in Wendover after suffering serious injuries
- Police were called to the address at 5.25pm on Tuesday to reports of an assault
- Suspect has been taken into custody as police said he was ‘known to the victim’
A retired double glazing company boss has been killed at his home in a leafy market town on the edge of the Chilterns as a 36-year-old ‘known to the victim’ was arrested for murder.
The 77-year-old suffered serious injuries during the attack at his house in Wendover, Buckinghamshire, and died at the scene.
Police were called to the address at 5.25pm on Tuesday to reports of an assault, and the suspect was taken into custody.
One neighbour told MailOnline: ‘All hell broke loose. I counted seven police cars, two ambulances and the air ambulance.’
He said he believed the victim, who was divorced and had a son, had suffered fatal knife wounds.
The 77-year-old victim died at the £468,000 semi-detached property in Wendover, Buckinghamshire after suffering serious injuries
The neighbour added: ‘He had been here for over 15-years. He used to have a lot of flash cars – Mercedes and Ferraris.’
Today police stood guard outside the £550,000 semi-detached property, which was corned off by crime scene tape.
Detective Superintendent Kevin Brown of the Major Crime Team said: ‘We are currently in the very early stages of this investigation.
‘The people involved were known to each other and an arrest has been made.
‘There will be some disruption in the area over the next few days as the investigation continues.’
Anyone with information is asked to contact Thames Valley Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Police were called to the address at 5.25pm on Tuesday to reports of an assault, and the suspect was taken into custody
Detective Superintendent Kevin Brown of the Major Crime Team said: ‘We are currently in the very early stages of this investigation.’ Pictured are packages outside the house