An NHS worker narrowly avoided having their vehicle stolen yesterday when a Police Sargeant from West Midlands Police (WMP) responded to reports of a male breaking into a car.
When the response team Sargeant arrived on the scene, he quickly located the suspect, who turned out to be a 14-year-old boy.
He was found in the Heartlands Hospital grounds, an acute general hospital in Bordesley Green, Birmingham.
When officers searched the boy, they found a key reprogramming device & a blank key.
Officers took the boy into police custody. Officers said that the NHS worker was ‘very happy’ after being able to drive home in their own car following a long shift of looking after patients.