- Footage from BPM Media
A men has been captured on camera smashing a police car while officers were paying tribute to the war dead at a Remembrance Sunday event.
Footage shows the man using a hammer to rain blows on the windscreen, doors and side windows of the marked vehicle.
He then flees on a moped, driven by an accomplice, after shouting "ha ha" and obscenities about police.
The car had been parked up by officers taking part with the community in a Remembrance parade at Brookvale Park, Erdington, on 12 November.
The moped was spotted driving off towards Brookvale village.
West Midlands Police said they were aware of the footage, which has appeared online, and urged anyone with information to contact them.
Chief Superintendent Kenny Bell from Birmingham East Police said:
Stockland Green Police tweeted photos of the damaged patrol car after the attack: