A man has admitted trying to murder a Stechford dad by hitting him over the head with a concrete slab in broad daylight.
James Macmillan, aged 24, and of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to attempted murder at Birmingham Crown Court today (29 June).
Detectives have launched an investigation after a man was stabbed in Bordesley Green yesterday (Sunday 28 June).
The 63-year-old man was walking past a bus stop near to Asda on Bordesley Green when he was attacked. He suffered a stab wound, possibly from a knife, to his shoulder and after hospital treatment, he was allowed home where he is recovering well.
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Police have released footage of the moment a ride-by robber audaciously snatches a woman’s handbag in broad daylight in a bid to identify him.
The robber − described as white, aged 16 to 20, wearing a grey top, blue shorts and white trainers − was captured cycling along Daisy Street in Dudley when he made the grab at midday on 9 June.
Detectives are appealing for witnesses after a security guard was attacked at an Oldbury supermarket.
The 44-year-old man was ushering a group of young people out of Sainsbury’s in Freeth Street when one of them made a racist comment and punched him in the face.