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Thursday, 16 December 2010

Black female burglars pose as social workers to raid homes in Sutton Coldfield and Kingstanding

The young are under attack from black males in the form of robbery, white woman are in fear of rape from black gangs, the old are in danger via sub standard hospital care from black females, and now our old people are being robbed in their own homes by black women posing as social workers!

The Birmingham Mail reports - ELDERLY residents in North Birmingham are being urged to stay vigilant after burglars posing as nurses and social workers targetted old folk.

Police have issued the warning after they received reports concerning two women posing as nurses or social workers entering properties and making off with cash and personal items.

Five incidents have occurred between August and December this year at properties in Kingstanding, Sutton Coldfield and Four Oaks.

On each occasion, two women have been allowed into the home of an elderly resident after claiming they are either social workers or nurses. After distracting the victim, they have made off with items including bags, purses and cash.

Both offenders are described as black, in their 20s, between 5ft 6ins and 5ft 8ins tall with dark hair and wearing either a navy blue nurse uniform or dark clothing.

Detective Constable said: "We are making inquiries into these reports and would urge elderly members of our community to be aware and ensure they check who they allow into their homes.

"Bogus callers are people who try and con their way into homes in order to steal. They will use very plausible stories to get access inside properties.

"If you are not expecting a visitor and do not recognise the caller, ask to see identification. If you have a security chain, put it on the door before you open it.

"Remember you can always ask a caller to post identification thought your letterbox. If you are still unsure who they are, ask them to call back at a convenient time when someone can be with you, or get them to write to you to make an appointment.

"Please remember, you do not have to let strangers into your home. If you are at all suspicious or the caller will not leave, call the police."

Anyone who has seen the two women or anyone with information is urged to call DC Sue Glover in Force CID on 0345 113 5000  ext 7630 6513    

or crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111

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