Updated 6:23am 19 May 2013
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Motorists have been warned to be on their guard for opportunist car thieves after more than 50 vehicles were stolen while people were defrosting their cars.Read
Detectives were last night questioning two men and a woman over the murder of a Birmingham shopkeeper.Read
A woman was today due to appear in court charged with the murder of another woman in Birmingham found dead in the bath.Read
A Birmingham man found dead at a disused factory in the Black Country was set up to be murdered at the scene, police believe.
Police chiefs are to examine a rise in complaints about officers failing in their duties.Read
Police are questioning a man over the murder of a woman whose body was found in a secluded brook in a Birmingham beauty spot.Read
Cannock Chase murderer Raymond Leslie Morris is set to launch a fresh legal battle in his bid for freedom.Read
An elite police squad is to be set up in Birmingham in the run-up to the Olympics to tackle the threat of a Mumbai-style terror attack.Read
Detection rates for crimes that most worry the public are finally on the way up after police managed to turn around their crime-fighting performance.Read
The mother of a teenage girl murdered by her Solihull father called police 102 times over concerns about him before she died, police watchdogs have revealed.Read
Almost 500 long-serving police officers could be forced to retire in the next three years as West Midlands Police prepares itself for swingeing Government cuts.Read
An employee at Birmingham’s historic Assay Office has been arrested after gold worth up to £100,000 was reported missing, it has been revealed.Read
A police officer who died in a crash at the Isle of Man races was one of the most highly qualified police bikers in the region, it has emerged.Read
Mark Cowan is crime reporter for the Birmingham Mail.
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