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- Man jailed for three years and nine months for Castle Vale burglary
- Goodbye to Callum
- Scrap-man horn: more angry complaints
- Teachers' strike puts Castle Vale School in media spotlight
- Tinted windows - dangerous if too dark, say police
- Two in court charged with murder over Chelmsley Wood stabbing
- TV spot for snooker Mitchell
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- No advice from Citizens Advice Bureau
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Return of the burnt-out car
Two stolen cars have been burnt out in the conservation area behind the football stadium on Farnborough Road this month. Burnt-out car incidents had been on the decline in the area , because barriers, gates and mounds of earth have prevented the joyriders from getting access. One of the joyriders last month had driven the car through the railings before setting fire to the vehicle.
Since they were installed before the summer, the padlocked barriers to the Stadium car park have had three different sets of keys cut. Vandals had cut through one padlock with a set of wire cutters.