Police are looking for a woman caught on camera as she appears to take Christmas decorations from two unlocked porches in Hodge Hill.
The CCTV was recorded on Sunday 15 December.
If you recognise the woman - police want you to get in touch.
Two men from Birmingham have appeared in court on suspicion of robbing teenagers with a "cowboy" gun in Hodge Hill.
Birmingham Magistrates' Court heard how a 26 year-old man from Bromford and a 22 year-old man from Handsworth are accused of threatening two 17 year-old boys in Ashby Close as they pulled up in a car asking for directions.
They are also accused of robbing a 16 year-old boy on Johnson Close in Sparkhill and of handling stolen goods after an Audi A8 car was stolen in Edgbaston two weeks ago.
Both remain in custody and until their next appearance at Birmingham Crown Court in October.
Liam Byrne has admitted to ITV News West Country that his note to his successor David Laws that said "I'm afraid there is no money" was "foolish":
David Laws has spoken exclusively to ITV News West Country about the now infamous note he received on his first day at the Treasury from his Labour predecessor saying "there is no money."
The former Chief Secretary to the Treasury said: "I really didn't regard it as a big thing and I only mentioned it almost by accident at a press conference that we held a few days in to the government, not expecting rather naively, the huge reaction that it got."
A EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle prize for the draw that took place on the night of the Olympic opening ceremony has yet to claimed. It was bought in the constituency of Hodge Hill in Birmingham.
Three people are in hospital following a building fire in the early hours of this morning.
Eight people were treated by ambulance crews and three were taken to Hartlands and the Queen Elizabeth hospitals to be treated for burns and smoke inhalation.
The fire broke out at a three storey building on Stetchford Road.