A photograph of a man wanted in connection with a sex assault on a Birmingham clubber has been released by detectives.
The man was caught on camera just minutes before a 19-year-old Nuneaton woman was assaulted in the first floor toilets of Gatecrasher on Broad Street, Birmingham. The attack only ended when other clubbers entered the toilets.
The crime happened just after 3am on Friday 3 April.
The man, believed to be in his early 20s, is described as white, around 5’8" tall and slim. He has blond hair and was wearing a black long-sleeved top and jeans.
The man or anyone who can name him should call Detective Constable Danette Calvey in the force’s Public Protection Unit on 101. Details can also be passed on anonymously via the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
A group who robbed cash van drivers in Birmingham to pay for a lavish lifestyle of designer clothes and parties have been jailed for a combined total of 35 years.
Emmanuel Koryang, 22, Peter White, 25, and 19-year-old Lance Cotterell attacked five security guards in just over a month last summer, including a pub raid where they doused a customer in spirits and threatened to set him alight.
Places where the gang targeted drivers included Alexandra Theatre in Station Street, Broad Street's Cine World and the Edgbaston Tap pub.
The three men denied conspiracy to rob but were found guilty following a four-week trial at Birmingham Crown Court. Last Friday, Koryang and White were each given twelve year sentences while getaway driver Cotterell was handed an eleven year term.
A man has died after a car crash on Broad Street in Birmingham city centre in the early hours of this morning.
The 22 year-old man was killed in the collision outside Solomon Cutler pub at around 5.15am.
West Midlands Police says it is trying to trace a vehicle which left the scene of the crash.
The lower end of the street, from Paradise Circus to Gas Street, will be closed until around 11am.
The Detective Constable investigating the attack on Broad Street, Birmingham, where a man had his head repeatedly stamped on, has described the assault as 'the most sickening attack'.
Piara Purewal, 22, slammed his foot down 10 times on the back of an 18-year-old's head who had been knocked out cold.
Purewal, from Capstone Avenue in Hockley, who admitted wounding with intent to cause GBH last September, was today sentenced to seven years in prison.
A Birmingham man who repeatedly stamped on a teenager's head has been jailed for seven years.
Piara Purewal, 22, slammed his foot down 10 times on the back of an 18-year-old's head, who had been knocked out cold.
The pair had clashed in Broad Street in September 2012.
Police say the victim was left with a bleed on the brain, was in hospital for several days and at one stage feared he may lose sight in one eye.
Purewal, from Capstone Avenue in Hockley, admitted wounding with intent to cause GBH.
Police have cordoned off Broad Street in Wolverhampton after a 20-year-old man was assaulted in the early hours of this morning, just before 4am.
He was taken to hospital with serious head injuries.
A second man has been charged with assault after an attack where an 18 year-old was floored and stamped on the head during a night out on Broad Street in September.
The 22 year-old from Hockley was arrested yesterday on suspicion of attempted murder and has been charged with two counts of assault.
He will appear before Birmingham Magistrates Court tomorrow.