Police want help to find three men they want to speak to about an assault on a pensioner at a bus stop in Worcester.
The 68-year-old victim was sitting at a bus stop on Barbourne Road, close to Pedlars Bike Shop, at around 2am on Sunday 14 September, when he was approached by three men demanding money.
One of the men then dragged him away and punched him in the face. The men then left in the direction of Northwick.
The offender has been described as white, in his early 20s, of slim build, and about 5ft 6ins tall. He had short, fair or brown shaven hair, and was wearing a cream-coloured short-sleeve buttoned shirt and dark denim jeans.
The others were described as white, in their early 20s, wearing similar clothing.
A garage technician in Kings Heath had a lucky escape when a wheel -which had sheared off a 4x4 - came hurtling down the road before colliding with a car on the sales forecourt.
The images, taken from security cameras at the garage, reveal the speed of the careering wheel, and its proximity to the garage staff in its path.
Fortunately, no-one was injured, and the driver of the Range Rover - minus one front wheel - was unharmed.
A farm owner has pleaded guilty to forcing a vulnerable man to work for him for more than 13 years.
David Daniel Doran, 42, has been on trial at Cardiff Crown Court for the past three weeks on a compulsory labour charge alongside his father Dan Doran, 67.
But today Doran junior changed his plea - resulting in the prosecution dropping the case against the elder defendant.
The court has previously heard that missing Kidderminster man Darrell Simester was found in an "appalling" state on Cariad Farm near Newport, last year.
The former warehouse worker said he worked 15-hour days without pay and was made to live in a rat-infested shed for a decade.
His parents Jean and Tony said their 44-year-old son looked more like a man in his nineties and later found he had a massive hernia protruding from his groin.
A woman was seriously injured and had to be cut free from her car after crashing into a tree in Worcestershire this morning.
The driver, in her 20s, was trapped after the smash in Druids Lane, Wythall, at around 7.30am.
She was treated for serious head and chest injuries and was taken to Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital for treatment.
The hospital was alerted to the seriousness of her condition ahead of her arrival.
The father of a man allegedly forced to work on a farm for 13 years has told a court that he didn't recognise his son when reunited.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for the public’s help after an eight week old puppy was stolen from a property on Cherry Orchard in Kidderminster.
The theft happened between 8.30am and 10.30am on September 30.
The puppy, named Peaches - a Rottweiler and Bull Mastiff crossed breed - was stolen from the property, which was locked and secure.
Peaches is described as brown with black fur down her back.
The brother of a man who was allegedly forced to work without pay for 13 years describes the conditions on the farm where he lived.Read the full story ›
A tiny kitten has brought traffic to a standstill after dodging the cars on a dual-carriageway at rush-hour.
The kitten, which police have now appropriately named Axle, was found tucked inside the underneath of a Range Rover at around 9am on the A40 in Malvern, Worcestershire.
An appeal has now been launched to find its owner.
A man who sexually abused two young boys for four years is today beginning a 16 year jail sentence.
Jason Cresswell, who's 43 and from Blackpole in Worcester, pleaded guilty to several charges dating back to the 1990s.
The victims, both adults now, reported the offences in February 2013 and we began a lengthy investigation, which took a huge amount of time and effort to get to the point where Cresswell has finally been brought to justice. I hope this will encourage other victims to speak out in order to gain the justice they deserve and ensure that dangerous sex offenders are prevented from offending again.
A vulnerable missing man from Kidderminster was forced to work 15-hour days with no pay for 13 years, a trial has heard.Read the full story ›