Police in Birmingham hunting a wanted man over a number of assaults against women are appealing for information on his whereabouts.
Marcin Wawrety, aged 37, of Spooner Croft, Birmingham, is wanted in connection with the sexual assault of a woman in the Great Barr area on 15 June.
Every week we share an Inforgaphic highlighting some of the work undertaken by West Midlands Police officers across the region.
This week's infographic sees some great facts relating to our Firearms surrender, as well as an update from a street racing crackdown.
The infographic also shows some of our latest social media figures, as well as details of two brave officers who tackled a violent criminal while dressed in onesies!
A “dangerous” man has been jailed for 12 years for two vicious knife attacks – including one in which he teamed up with his partner to lure a Londoner to a Birmingham park with a series of flirtatious Facebook posts.
Afahan Hussain (pictured) slashed a man across the face with a Stanley knife in Soho Road last August in an unprovoked attack just weeks after a park robbery where he threatened a man – tempted from the capital by Hussain's callous partner Haseena Aziz – with a meat cleaver.
A West Midlands Police Community Support Officer has today (Friday 1 August) been jailed for abusing his position by carrying out illegal searches on force IT systems and leaking confidential information to a convicted drug dealer.
Andrew Thompson, who served as a PCSO in Sandwell and before that as a special constable, was sent to prison for two years at Stafford Crown Court after admitting giving sensitive intelligence over a 12 month period to a woman he had a relationship with, along with her husband.
Officers are urgently appealing for the public’s help to find a man wanted in connection with a burglary in Kings Norton.
Dennis Steenson is suspected to have broken into an address in Rednal Road on 21 June and then taken bank cards. Within hours the cards were then used at a nearby cash machine.
A Wolverhampton drug dealer who was found with almost a thousand pounds worth of crack and heroin has been jailed for three-and-a-half years.
Lewis Osborne managed to swiftly secrete the 81 wraps on his person when police stopped the car he was travelling in on Belton Avenue last month.