Following a series of carjackings in Coventry, police have arrested a further three people.
Two men aged 17 and 20, who were arrested on suspicion of robbery and conspiracy to steal have been released on police bail.
Police are currently at the scene of a serious collision involving a car and a people carrier on Summer Road, Erdington.
Officers were called to the incident just before 11pm last night (23 March). Ambulance and fire service colleagues are also in attendance.
Police investigating the murder of 16-year-old Abdullah Muhammed have arrested a third person.
A Birmingham man who was arrested this afternoon after five mosques had their windows smashed yesterday morning (21 March) has been released without charge.
Two Birmingham men have been arrested this afternoon after five mosques had their windows smashed yesterday morning (21 March).
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Officers are investigating a collision on the M5 in Quinton this morning (21 March) in which a woman sadly died.
Emergency services were called to the northbound carriageway between junctions two and three at around 5.20am following a crash involving a HGV lorry and a van.
Police are investigating after five mosques in Birmingham had their windows smashed.
Police were called at 2.32am today (21 March) to reports of a man smashing windows with a sledgehammer at the mosque on Birchfield Road.
Police have issued a warning after two men who used the dating app Grindr to meet potential dates were lured to secluded parkland, attacked and robbed.
A man and a transport company have been charged in connection with a fatal collision in Birmingham.
Suzanna 'Suzie' Bull was hit by a lorry on Pershore Road at the junction with Priory Road while riding a bike around 4pm on Monday 9 October 2017.
Detectives investigating a double stabbing at a club in Northfield have released CCTV in a bid to trace those involved.
Officers were called to reports of disorder at around 2.20am on Saturday 9 March at Medleys on Bristol Road South.
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The specialism of forensics is never more heartfelt than in the devastating aftermath of a major disaster.
The day role in overseeing crime scene forensic staff in the West Midlands can swiftly change for international Major Crime Scene Coordinator Andy Price.
A woman is in a critical condition following a collision in Aston last night (18 March).
A Seat Leon failed to stop for officers on Aston Church Road, Nechells, at 10.26pm yesterday. A pursuit ensued, but was abandoned when the Leon took a wrong exit off a roundabout.
A Birmingham A&E doctor who engaged in online sex chats with a teenage girl has been jailed for two-and-a-half years.
Dr Timothy Evans, who worked at the Queen Elizabeth and Good Hope hospitals as a registrar, encouraged the victim to reveal intimate parts of her body.
A West Midlands Police dog handler has been commended for his bravery in catching a fleeing suspect despite suffering a horror injury on a metal fence spike.
Restoring voices on recordings, deciphering a crucial conversation in a major case or disguising voices to protect the vulnerable and undercover officers is all part of a day’s work for a team of two.
Vehicle crime has increased significantly in the last two years. There are concerns a spiralling demand for car parts is fuelling a rise in vehicle crime, including car key burglaries and violent carjackings.
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A single photograph of a fingerprint taken from a mobile phone helped to catch a killer - thanks to a high-tech super camera built specifically for the police Forensic Services.