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By Tristan Harris Thursday 07 February 2013 Updated: 08/02 15:56
A JAGUAR XF worth £42,000 was stolen in a car-key burglary in Rednal on Wednesday (February 6).
The incident, in Old Birmingham Road, happened at around 11am when four men arrived at the house in a blue Volkswagen Golf, which had the registration number DS06 PEO.
Three went to the back of the house, via a side gate, while the fourth stayed in the vehicle on the drive.
They smashed the glass in a conservatory door and took the spare keys to red luxurious car, before stealing it from the driveway. The three of them escaped in the Jaguar, driving off towards Rose Hill, with the other man in the Golf behind them.
The vehicle had the registration number OV62 LZA and two Apple MacBook Pro laptops worth £1,000 each were also taken.
Two of the men were black and the other two men were white.
It is believed the Golf was in Barnt Green half-an-hour earlier with the two white men in the front and the two black men in the back.
Witnesses or anyone with any information should call Det Con Vicky Collier on 0300 333 3000 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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