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Man in critical condition after a collision outside Willenhall pub

A 41-year-old man is in critical condition in hospital after he was hit by a car outside the Workers Rest pub, in Willenhall, last night.

Police are appealing for information after two men were hit by a silver E Class Mercedes with the registration number, YG64 VZK.

The other man hit also suffered minor cuts and bruises.

A 27-year-old man from Wolverhampton was arrested on suspicion of attempt murder and remains in custody.

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Mystery motorist sought by Police after he saved man

Police appeal for witness after attack in Willenhall Credit: West Midlands Police

Police have appealed for a mystery motorist who stopped a violent robbery in Willenhall last Sunday evening.

The driver drove past attackers stamping on the head of their victim and beeped his horn at which point the attackers ran away.

The robbery took place on Bilston Lane at around 8.45pm for 15 minutes. The 22-year-old victim was attacked for his mobile phone but did not give it up despite being kicked in the head.

The attackers continued the beating until the driver sounded his horn when they ran away towards Rose Hill.

Detective Sergeant Craig Newey said:

We really need to speak to anyone who saw the assault. In particular I’m very keen to hear from driver who sounded their horn and stopped this from potentially becoming a much more serious matter.

Hunt for masked men who raided Willenhall firm

CCTV footage of four masked men wanted on suspicion of stealing thousands of pounds worth of computers, TVs and mobile phones has been released by police.

CCTV images of three of the men wanted in connection with the burglary Credit: West Midlands Police

Four men broke into a business in Willenhall, Walsall, after disabling a burglar alarm by cutting the phone line in the early hours of August 1.

Police hope the pictures will help them track down the men.

Four masked men pictured inside the Willenhall business premises Credit: West Midlands Police

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