‘F*****g madness’ Machete-wielding thugs rob children’s toys from van in ‘brazen’ attack


The thieves, who were all wearing balaclavas, loaded up their stolen goods into the back of a dark saloon car before speeding away from the scene in broad daylight. A member of the public who witnessed the shocking incident can be heard saying: “They’ve got machetes on them.

“Robbing kids’ toys off the back of a f*****g van with machetes. Look at this. F******g madness.”

West Midlands Police confirmed they had launched an investigation into the theft and urged witnesses or those with information to get in touch.

A spokeswoman said: “We’re investigating after a truck containing children’s toys was stolen at knife point.

“It happened on May 19 on Sir Benjamin Stone Way, Birmingham, at about 1:30pm.

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The video has been viewed more than 50,000 times on the Birmz Is Grime blog, with web users expressing shock at the audacity of the raid.

One person wrote: “Brazen as anything, just another casual day at the office. It’s shocking how much this sort of behaviour is becoming the norm.”

With another adding: “Yeah, you can’t believe the audacity of it can you. This is becoming too common, no f***s given at all.”

A third user said: “Where on earth was the driver and why did he leave his van completely open. Something smells fishy?”

A woman commented: “Horrendous behaviour. Society breaking down in its finest glory!”


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