A four-year-old boy and a girl aged 12 months have miraculously escaped being shot, as gunmen fired at their family home in a quiet residential street in West Bromwich.
The children were asleep in the upstairs front bedroom of the semi-detached property in leafy Shaftesbury Street during the early hours of last Sunday morning, when the gunmen targeted the property.
The video shows the bullets fired from the car as it drives past the house.
A 30-year-old woman from Leicester has been arrested on suspicion of preparing to travel to Syria to engage in terrorist acts.
She was arrested at Birmingham Airport by officers from the West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit at 9.40am on 29 July.
The woman’s home address and another, associated address are currently being searched.
There were three children travelling with the woman. Officers are working with partner agencies to ensure their welfare is safeguarded.
She was arrested under Section 5 of the Terrorism Act.
Officers made the arrest under PACE legislation, meaning they have a maximum of 36 hours to question the suspect before charging, releasing, bailing or applying to a court for a warrant of further detention
Two bikers were killed in a crash which closed a seven-mile stretch of the A5.
Both men were pronounced dead at the scene after the smash close to Gailey, near Cannock.
Officers are now supporting the families of both victims, who were riding a red BMW motorbike and a white-and-blue Suzuki.
The A5 remains closed between Weston-under-Lizard and Gailey whilst a detailed examination of the scene takes place.
This includes utilising the force of a helicopter to take aerial photographs."
A pedestrian has suffered a serious head injury and been airlifted to hospital after colliding with a car in Kidderminster this morning.
West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to Worcester Road shortly before 11am.
Crews arrived to find a woman lying unconscious in the road and a car that had suffered damage to the windscreen.
“The woman, believed to be in her 70s, was treated for a significant head injury and fractures to both of her legs. She was immobilised with the use of a neck collar and spinal board.
“She was then airlifted to Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham and was still unconscious on arrival. Unfortunately, her condition is thought to be extremely serious.
“The driver of the car, a man, was uninjured in the incident which has led to significant traffic disruption in the area.”
Police are seeking the whereabouts of Brandon Jones, who has gone missing in Stroud.
Brandon,18, was last seen at his supported housing accommodation in central Stroud on 27July at about 08.50 am. His mobile phone was found near the Council Offices in Ebley.
Brandon is white, about 5' 7'' tall, with green eyes, medium build, pale complexion, short black hair, and clean shaven. He has a scar on the left side of his neck and a spider tattoo on his neck.
Brandon may have difficulty communicating with people.
Police are concerned for his welfare and would urge Brandon or anyone who has seen him to contact Gloucestershire Police on 101, quoting incident number 353 of 28 July.
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A man who died as a result of a collision on the A45 on Sunday 26 July has been named as 24-year-old Ashley James Foley from Rugby.
Ashley suffered fatal injuries after his vehicle collided with a tree on the A45.
The incident occurred at around 12:45pm on Sunday 26 July.
Family and friends of Ashley are devastated by his loss and kindly request their privacy be respected at this difficult time.
Investigating officers would still like to hear from anyone who witnessed this incident, or has information which could help with their enquiries.
Anyone with information is urged to call police on 101, quoting incident number 212 of Sunday 26th July.
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