NHW Crime Briefing – Friday 18th January

Digbeth Residents Association and Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) is committed to working with West Midlands Police (WMP) to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour in Digbeth. WMP send daily crime updates to the Digbeth Residents Association NHW, which are being summarised weekly and shared with residents. If you have any comments or would like further information, please comment on this post or email contact@mydigbeth.co.uk

At this time of year, West Midlands Police consult the public over new local policing plans for 2013/14. Click here to take part in the consultation for Digbeth through a short online survey.

Bob Jones, West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner, said: “Nearly three million people live in the West Midlands, and policing must be responsive to this huge diversity. Local people know best the issues facing their area, and I welcome every opportunity for people to have their say.”

Crimes reported in Digbeth over the past week are detailed below. Stay safe Digbeth!

BURGLARY
Useful link – West Midlands Police website

No crimes reported.

VEHICLE CRIME
Useful link – West Midlands Police website

THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE – 15th JANUARY 2013 at approx 16:40 Rea Terrace, Digbeth
Between 16:40-19:20, offender(s) have broken passenger side window and stole property from vehicle.

THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE – 15th JANUARY 2013 at approx 17:50 Curzon Street, Digbeth
Between 17:50-20:50, offender(s) have stolen front and rear number plates from vehicle, which had been secured by adhesive pads.

THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE – 16th JANUARY 2013 at approx 08:30 Fazeley Street, Digbeth
Between 08:30-18:25, offender(s) have stolen front and rear number plates from the vehicle.

Pamela Pinski

Digbeth and Proud

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