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Official West Midlands Police account. Do NOT use Twitter to report crime. Contact us on 999 in an emergency or 101 for non-emergency calls.
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West Midlands Police 2h
Sorry, we don't cover Worcester.
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West Midlands Police 2h
Of course you should! Call us on 101 or visit a police station.
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West Midlands Police 2h
Looks like it could be. Did you call us on 101 at the time to report it?
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West Midlands Police 2h
In which case, just go to our website and search JOBS
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West Midlands Police 2h
Check with the taxi company in the first instance. We don't handle lost property these days so we'd get in touch if we had it.
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West Midlands Police 8h
Please help us find who ever did this to Mr Edmonds. Despite his age he bravely fought back!
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West Midlands Police 15h
Ahhh. I see what you did there!
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West Midlands Police 15h
Are you following to find our why they're flying?
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West Midlands Police 15h
There were reports of men acting suspiciously. Suspected drugs recovered, 2 arrested and some property recovered.
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West Midlands Police 15h
To find a missing child? To trace a criminal on the run? Would they be good enough reasons? They don't do it for fun Paul!
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West Midlands Police Feb 27
Have you been following our stories this week? All the big numbers are in our .
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West Midlands Police Feb 27
Recognise anyone? Call 101 if you can help us with these investigations:
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West Midlands Police Feb 27
Depends what you mean by records & archived. Here's info on making a subject access request inc cost
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West Midlands Police Feb 27
Don't forget, he's just helping with our inquiries at the moment.
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West Midlands Police Feb 27
That comment would be better directed to the judge. It is the courts who are responsible for sentencing.
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West Midlands Police Feb 27
Sentencing is a matter for the courts.
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West Midlands Police Feb 27
I don't know. A question you may like to ask the judge.
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West Midlands Police Feb 27
Thanks Tracy
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West Midlands Police Feb 27
Looking for a job? Ever thought of working for us? We need 51 custody officers. Find out more here:
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