Police in Birmingham are wishing the region’s Irish community a happy St Patrick’s Day and encouraging those who join the city’s celebrations to have a safe and enjoyable weekend.
Digbeth High Street is once again hosting celebrations for this year’s parade on Sunday (16 March) and local officers will be out and about to make sure the estimated 65,000 revellers taking part can do so in a safe and secure environment.
Police in Walsall are appealing for help in tracing a 15-year-old lad who has been missing from his home for ten days.
Jordan Sparkes was last seen at his home address in Lavender Grove, Coalpool on the morning of Saturday 1 March. He left his address and hasn’t been seen since.
West Midlands Police are hosting their first ever Wikipedia ‘editathon’ this Saturday, so members of the public can write about policing history for the world’s largest free internet encyclopedia.
The West Midlands Police Museum in Sparkhill is not regularly open to the public, but to help celebrate its 40th year, the force are inviting members of the public to come to the museum armed with their laptops to write about policing history.
Police in Wolverhampton are appealing for help in tracing a woman who is wanted for a number of serious offences.
Katie Anne Louise Smith (also known as Katy Smith) aged 29 from no fixed abode, is wanted for theft offences, a reported sexual assault on a man and breach of court bail.