CCTV images released after robbery and assault in Birmingham

-Credit: (Image: West Midlands Police)
-Credit: (Image: West Midlands Police)


Birmingham police have issued a plea for help after a reported assault and robbery in Birmingham. The alleged assault took place earlier this month, but officers asked the public today, May 29, if they can help identify the men pictured in the CCTV appeal.

The force issued four CCTV images of the men they wish to speak to. Officers are keen to speak to them following the 'robbery and assault' on Belgrave Road in the Balsall Heath area of the city, the force said.

Officers provided a series of CCTV images and a log number so that anyone who has information that can help, can get in touch directly. The pictures are good quality and you can make out details for each image.

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Birmingham Police released this CCTV appeal on May 29 after a reported robbery and assault in the city. The reported incident took place on May 10 -Credit:West Midlands Police
Birmingham Police released this CCTV appeal on May 29 after a reported robbery and assault in the city. The reported incident took place on May 10 -Credit:West Midlands Police

Birmingham Police took X, formerly Twitter, to release details of their appeal on May 29. A Birmingham Police spokesperson said: "Do you know who these people are? We would like to speak with them following a robbery and assault in Belgrave Road, Birmingham on 10 May.

"If you think you can help, you can contact us via Live Chat on our website, or call 101 quoting crime reference 20/476772/24."