Detectives investigating the robbery of a car with a four-week-old baby still inside are appealing for a potential key witness to come forward.
The Audi A3 S-line was targeted in Acocks Green in Birmingham on the 19th of July. Mother Claire O'Neill was knocked to the ground and suffered a broken tooth and facial injuries, while the carjackers made off with the car with her month-old daughter Eliza still inside.
The baby was left unharmed at a health centre in Small Heath shortly after the car was taken. Officers say they are keen to speak to the driver of a blue VW Golf which was travelling on Shirley Road, near Robin Hood island in Acocks Green, soon after the car-jacking. It is believed they could have vital information which may help in identifying the two men who took the Audi A3.
The stolen Audi has since been recovered in Small Heath and undergone forensic examination.
Detective Inspector Jim Munro, from West Midlands Police said progress has been made in the investigation but they still need witnesses to come forward. He said: