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Security guard beaten and left injured for hours after savage attack at Brierley Hill factory

A security guard was savagely beaten and left lying seriously injured for hours after a brutal attack at a Brierley Hill factory.

The guard, aged 73, was attacked after he challenged a man found near the factory office yesterday afternoon. The attack happened at Stoke Forgings, a steel components manufacturing plant, based off Vine Street, at around 1pm. Police say the guard was hit numerous times, leaving him with serious head injuries. He was only discovered by a colleague starting work later at around 7pm. He remains in a critical condition in hospital today. The factory unit has been sealed off by officers while forensic inquiries take place. Detective Inspector Colin Mattinson from 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.

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. I would ask anyone who saw anything in the Vine Street area yesterday or anyone who has knowledge of this attack to call us as soon as possible on 101 or call Crimestoppers confidentially on 0800 555 111.

Patrols have been stepped up in the area after the attack.

Security guard beaten and left injured for hours after savage attack …

A security guard was savagely beaten and left lying seriously injured for hours after a brutal attack at a Brierley Hill factory.

The guard, aged 73, was attacked after he challenged a man found near the factory office yesterday afternoon. The attack happened at Stoke Forgings, a steel components manufacturing plant, based off Vine Street, at around 1pm. Police say the guard was hit numerous times, leaving him with serious head injuries. He was only discovered by a colleague starting work later at around 7pm. He remains in a critical condition in hospital today. The factory unit has been sealed off by officers while forensic inquiries take place. Detective Inspector Colin Mattinson from 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.

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. I would ask anyone who saw anything in the Vine Street area yesterday or anyone who has knowledge of this attack to call us as soon as possible on 101 or call Crimestoppers confidentially on 0800 555 111.

Patrols have been stepped up in the area after the attack.

Security stepped up at Birmingham Christmas market after Berlin …

Police chiefs in the West Midlands have vowed to increase patrols in and around the region s biggest Christmas market in the wake of the Berlin attack.

The force said in a statement that bosses will be reviewing their response and increasing visible patrols where required to provide reassurance to those visiting, working and living in Birmingham and the rest of the West Midlands . Chiefs also moved to reassure residents and visitors by saying policing tactics and security measures are being reviewed on a daily basis . Before the market opened last month, concrete bollards were installed as part of a series of safety measures. Police worked with Birmingham City Council and agreed the measures before the official opening on November 17. This saw some concrete bollards installed at a number of locations around the pop-up event. Twelve people have confirmed dead and 48 injured after a truck ploughed into a crowded Christmas market in Berlin.

Security Stepped Up At Birmingham Christmas Market After Berlin ...Emergency services at the scene in Berlin where at least 12 people were killed

The death toll, which has risen from nine, has been confirmed by Berlin Police. The force said 48 people who were injured – some of them seriously – have been taken to hospital. Meanwhile the Library of Birmingham will tonight light up in the colours of the German flag – black, red and gold – in tribute to those killed in Berlin. The library on Centenary Square lit up in French colours in November 2015 after the Paris terror attacks left 130 people dead.

West Midlands Police s statement from says: Following the tragic events in Berlin last night, we are reviewing our police response and increasing visible patrols where required to provide reassurance to those visiting, working and living in Birmingham and the rest of the West Midlands. We have detailed policing tactics and security measures in place to protect the public, which are being reviewed on a daily basis. We re asking everyone to remain vigilant but not alarmed and report any suspicious activities to police on the confidential Anti-Terrorist Hotline – 0800 789 321 -in an emergency call 999.

Suspicious activity is anything that seems out of place, unusual or just doesn t seem to fit in with day-to-day life – let us decide if it is important. We work tirelessly to counter terrorism. Our absolute priority is to ensure the safety and security of the people who live, work and visit the West Midlands area.

The threat to the UK from international terrorism remains at severe, meaning an attack is considered to be highly likely. We ask that people remain alert, vigilant but not alarmed and report anything suspicious to us at the earliest possible opportunity. Our officers have worked alongside colleagues from Birmingham City Council to plan this year s annual Frankfurt Christmas Market.

As part of this, a number of security measures were agreed before the market opened, including installing some concrete bollards at a number of locations. The installation of the bollards formed part of the original security plan and is not a result of any new or specific intelligence relating to Birmingham. Our policing tactics and security measures are being reviewed on a daily basis we have a dedicated police response in place for the market and we, along with our partners, are working around the clock to keep Birmingham and our other cities as safe as can be.

It is a busy time of year for the city and we want to ensure a safe and enjoyable time for everyone who visits over the festive period.

The market got under way on November 17 and runs until December 29.