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vehicle thefts on Tyburn

Alert message sent 29/06/2019 17:37:00

Information sent on behalf of West Mids Police

Dear Citizen

There have been a number of vehicles stolen and we are asking residents to be extra vigilant:

- Between 24th and 25th June a red VW Golf was stolen from Manby Road, Castle Vale by way of a lock snapping burglary (please read link below)


- Between 21st and 22nd June a grey Nissan Qashqai was stolen from Cincinnati Drive

- Between 23rd and 24th June a blue Renault Megane was stolen from Rye Grass Walk, Castle Vale

- On the 22nd June a white Nissan Qashqai was stolen on Chester Road after smashing the vehicle window.

Please read the following links:



Police are currently investigating these thefts and are checking CCTV footage and leads and will be organising specific patrol strategies. If anybody has any information regarding any of these crimes please contact us on 101 or speak to us on live chat at:

Can we please also remind residents to ensure their car doors are secure at all times and that no valuables whatsoever are left on show inside their vehicles (even loose change). We have been made aware of a number of incidents whereby insecure vehicles have been entered and searched around the Birches Green and Pype Hayes areas and on a couple of occasions the offender(s) has stolen items. Please consider using all security measures possible to keep properties and vehicles secure including steering locks for your vehicles, please see the link below:


Tyburn Neighbourhood Team

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Julie Meer (Police, PCSO, Tyburn)

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