Detectives investigating a fatal stabbing in Coventry have today (Sunday) charged a man with murder.
Pavandeep Daudher, aged 19, was found seriously injured at the BP garage in Lockhurst Lane about 11pm on Tuesday.
We’ve seen record numbers of people apply to join the force as student police officers.
The positive news has been welcomed at a time when everyone’s lives are being affected by the national response to Covid-19.
We have arrested a second man on suspicion of murder as our investigations continue into the fatal stabbing of Pavandeep Daudher in Coventry.
Officers across the force have recovered a number of weapons overnight across Coventry and Birmingham in various pursuits and warrants.
A sawn off shot gun was recovered in Ladywood yesterday afternoon (2 April), after officers stopped a Peugeot on cloned plates on Bow Street.
A prolific criminal was found hiding in a chest of drawers he’d modified to sneak into whenever our officers came knocking.
We paid a visit to the 38-year-old's house yesterday morning (Thurs) because he was wanted on recall to prison.
Two women have been arrested after homeowners found them in a bedroom of their home.
We were called to Stratford Road in Sparkhill yesterday evening (2 April) after the occupants discovered two women in their property. The pair were disturbed and ran off down Stratford Road.
Following recent media coverage of a large gathering of mourners at a funeral in Birmingham earlier this week, we can confirm that we have spoken to Tahir Ali MP about a suspected breach of coronavirus restrictions.
A thoughtful officer has donated pamper gifts to nursing staff at Birmingham City Hospital in appreciation of their sterling work to save lives.
We want to trace this man after a teenage girl was sexually assaulted on a bus leaving Birmingham city centre on Tuesday 3 March.
The 18-year-old got onto the no 2E bus between 9-9.30pm and sat upstairs when the man sat next to her and inappropriately touched her.
Our amazing dogs continue to work hard, helping us catch criminals and keep you safe.
As we continue to do our very best to keep you all safe during these testing times, we feel we must once again highlight the work of our dedicated dogs who are a huge part of our WMP team.
Police have today named the teenager who was murdered in Coventry earlier this week as his family appeal for anyone with information to contact detectives.
We’ve arrested two suspected robbers following an armed police chase this afternoon (Thursday 2 April), after a stolen car was spotted in Coventry.
We’ve charged a man with allegedly making a menacing phone call to a West Midlands hospital and posting an offensive YouTube video entitled “I hope all NHS die".
We’ve arrested a man suspected of ‘keying’ cars belonging to supermarket staff after he was ejected from the store for queue jumping.
We are appealing for information following a fatal collision on Pensnett Road in the Brierley Hill area of Dudley in the early hours of this morning (Thursday 2 April).
Residents across the West Midlands are saving lives by staying at home during the coronavirus pandemic - and new figures show they’re also helping cut crime.
The vast majority of people in the West Midlands are complying with the nation’s call to minimise public contact and save lives by staying at home.
We’re hugely grateful for everyone’s cooperation during these testing times.
A man accused of brandishing a firearm at members of the public outside a takeaway shop in Sparkhill on Sunday (29 March) has been charged by West Midlands Police.
We are appealing for information after masked intruders stormed into an elderly couple’s home in Coventry on Friday (27 March), but left covered in a black liquid.
We have launched a murder investigation after a 19-year-old man was fatally stabbed in Coventry last night (Tuesday 31 March).
Officers were called after the man was found with serious injuries at the BP garage in Lockhurst Lane, Holbrooks just after 11pm.
#CaringCops | Neighbourhood officers in the Hillfields area of Coventry have worked with a local food wholesaler to donate a bumper crop of fruit and veg to a care home.
We’re shuffling our policing pack to ensure as many officers as possible are out and about keeping people safe in communities during the Covid-19 pandemic.