Police dog tracks down the men after a member of the public reported them to the police

Worcester News: Police dog tracks down the men after a member of the public reported them to the police Police dog tracks down the men after a member of the public reported them to the police

THREE men have been arrested for trying to open car doors after a member of the public reported them to the police, in Kidderminster.

After receiving a call on Thursday, June 5, at around 2.45am, police found that a BMW, parked in Birmingham Road, had been entered.

Two of the men were found hiding in a garden, while the other was found behind a parked car, and all three ran off but were caught 30 minutes later after being tracked by a police dog.

The 21, 19, and 18-year-olds have been bailed until Monday, June 16, after being arrested on suspicion of vehicle interference.

A sat nav worth £100 and a phone charger had been stolen from the BMW.

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2:16am Sat 7 Jun 14

thompson9100 says...

Don't you just love it when an article is proof read? I understand NewsQuest Midlands are driving their journalists into early greaves recently, but ignoring quality of articles no doubt she to such pressure is not excusable, by which I mean shame on the managers and editors. No wonder you guys want to strike.
Don't you just love it when an article is proof read? I understand NewsQuest Midlands are driving their journalists into early greaves recently, but ignoring quality of articles no doubt she to such pressure is not excusable, by which I mean shame on the managers and editors. No wonder you guys want to strike. thompson9100
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