Police in Wolverhampton have released details of a man wanted for domestic related harassment against a former partner.
Dwaine Matthew Campbell aged 24 of no fixed address, is also wanted on warrant for failing to appear at Swansea Crown Court in 2011 for drug offences.
Police in Coventry are appealing for witness after an 11-year-old boy was hit by a car last night, which then failed to stop.
The collision took place in Cheveral Avenue, Radford in Coventry at just after 7pm last night.
Detectives are keen to trace a pedestrian who may have witnessed a robbery in which a man was stabbed as he walked home from work in Oldbury.
A car pulled up alongside the 26-year-old as he made his way along Castle Road East shortly before 5am on Thursday 25 September.
Police investigating a sex attack on the 957 bus have this afternoon arrested a man.
The 64-year-old from Solihull was arrested on suspicion of sexual assault having attended the town’s police station earlier today (Monday 20 October 2014).
Police are appealing for help to trace a Sandwell teen who has been missing for three weeks.
Sabeela Waid has been missing several times before and there are concerns for her safety as she has had no contact with her family since her disappearance on Sunday 28 September.
New powers to help police tackle anti-social behaviour and give the community a louder voice come into place today (Monday 20 October).
The Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Police Act 2014 gives police and their partners simpler and more effective powers for tackling anti-social behaviour.
Police continue to appeal for sightings of a little girl asking for people’s help in Birmingham city centre yesterday (Sunday 19 October 2014).
The girl is believed to have told shoppers on Cherry Street and around St Philip’s cathedral that she had been separated from her mum before running off.
Police in Wolverhampton are pleased to say that missing teen Chloe Scotford has returned home safe and well.
The 15-year-old went missing on 3 October and returned home at around 3pm yesterday (Sunday 19 October).
Officers wish to thank everyone who shared their appeal.