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Cheap NBA Snapbacks Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA young boy has been mugged and vehicle crime has doubled in Allesley and Eastern Green.Police are working with communities in Allesley and Eastern Green following the rise in crime.The wards Whoberley, Earlsdon Cheap NBA Snapbacks, Bablake and Sherbourne have seen a dramatic rise in vehicle crimes https://www.snapbackneweracap.com/, a staggering 69 in January of this year, compared to nearly half at 35 last January.A 13 year old boy has also been mugged in broad daylight.Cllr Bally Singh (Lab, Whoberley) has said 40 per cent of the vehicle crimes happened on unlocked cars meaning a huge 60 per cent of vehicles had been forced open.He has now sent a letter to the police force urging for more funding to be put into resources to help catch the people doing it.Boy mugged on way home from school as ‘crimewave’ hits Coventry suburbCllr Singh said: “The local police force do an excellent job responding to community concerns and by targeting their limited resources with offender management strategies. However there is only so much they can do with less and less resource.”Things need to change for the better, and that means a fair funding settlement for West Midlands Police.”So I’ve written to the government to urge more finances be provided, as this year’s Spring Budget provides a perfect opportunity for the government to change course.”Cllr Singh has also noticed a rise in the number of people discussing vehicle crimes and attempted burglaries in social media groups.Read MoreTop storiesHe added: “The incidents have seemed to continue in February and have been widely shared on social media via community groups.”But that isn’t the end of the problems, as a young teenager was mugged by a group of kids earlier in February, and was robbed of his mobile phone by a group of other kids.A spokesman for West Midlands Police said: “A 13 year old was assaulted and his mobile phone was stolen by a group of youths just after 4pm on Faulconbridge Avenue. The boy was not seriously hurt but was understandably upset.’I can’t stop thanking you’ 11 year old’s wonderful letter to Coventry police”Our neighbourhood officers are working with local schools to engage with students around anti social behaviour and violence in public places.”It comes just days after the Telegraph reported another young boy being mugged in the Woodlands ward last month.The robbery on the schoolboy was one of more than 70 offences recorded in the Woodlands ward in January, according to three concerned councillors.They say that additional police officers have also been brought in to tackle the spike in crimes and they have even arranged an ‘emergency summit’ with senior police figures Cheap NBA Snapbacks.

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