Two teenagers arrested following a series of stun gun attacks on female drivers.

Two more teenagers have been arrested as part of an investigation into a series of stun gun attacks on female drivers.

The boys, both aged 16, were arrested from their home addresses in Moseley and Balsall Heath, this morning (20/02) on suspicion of conspiracy to rob.

A search of one of addresses has revealed a suitcase containing several sets of car keys, machetes, knives, hammers and mobile phones.

The arrests come after three women were ‘shocked’ with electrical devices in the space of four days in Moseley and Kings Heath between 6th and 10th February.

A boy, aged 14, was charged in connection with the incidents on Friday. 

Local neighbourhood officers will continue with increased patrols in the area and the community are advised to remain vigilant and report anything they believe to be suspicious.

Anyone with information should call West Midlands Police on 101 or alternatively ring Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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