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Security guard left for dead in brutal factory attack

An OAP security guard was savagely beaten and left for dead after he challenged an intruder inside a factory. The 73-year-old was left alone with serious head injuries for six hours until a colleague found him and raised the alarm.

It happened at Stoke Forgings, a metal factory in Vine Street, Brierley Hill1 , at around 1pm on Sunday.

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The site was sealed off by officers while forensic enquiries took place.

Det Insp Colin Mattinson, of West Midlands Police2 Force CID, said: The security guard is currently detained in a critical condition in hospital.

This was a sustained and violent attack on an elderly man.

We believe he challenged a man found inside the premises which led to the unprovoked attack taking place.

The attacker then left the factory and the injured man was not discovered until five hours later.

Enquiries are continuing and we are studying CCTV and carrying our forensic investigations at the scene.

We are still trying to establish what the man was doing inside the premises and what, if anything was stolen. Witnesses or anyone with information should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers, in confidence, on 0800 555 111.

References

  1. ^ Brierley Hill (www.birminghammail.co.uk)
  2. ^ West Midlands Police (www.birminghammail.co.uk)

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London – Police in Britain have released images showing the aftermath of the audacious raid on safety deposit boxes inside London s jewelry district.

Police say the gang gained access by climbing down an elevator shaft.

The images released Wednesday show how the gang then drilled through 2 meter-thick (6-foot thick) concrete walls to get to the vault.

The burglars then forced open some 70 safety deposit boxes in the heist in Hatton Garden, a street that is home to many jewelry and diamond businesses.

Police found the vault covered with debris and strewn with power tools, including an angle grinder, concrete drills and crowbars.

Police have not put an estimate on how much was stolen.

The robbery took place over the long Easter weekend and was not detected until businesses reopened.

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Rutland County Council Postal Voting Security Risk Returning …

Rutland County Council Postal Voting Security Risk Returning Officer Helen Briggs

No Seal on Box in council reception area. Rutland County Council use one envelope for Parliamentary,
County and Parish votes some of these end up in this
box which is left unattended behind the reception
desk, A counting agent this morning asked for a seal to be used.

They were told we can not seal the box because the envelopes
do not fit through the slot. Poor excuse Mrs Briggs get a box with a bigger slot. The papers on top of the box only record the envelopes
taken from the box and no record is kept of what goes in?

Mrs Briggs is very slack around about the security surrounding
postal votes.

In the past basic cable ties have been used to seal the other
boxes.

This has now been sorted Rutland County Council is now
using numbered seals and UKIP are also adding their
own purple numbered seals.