Public warned not to approach Birmingham man ‘on suspicion of knife threat’



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Birmingham police have launched a call to locate a man wanted on suspicion of knife threat. Officers said Tyrone Soloman “threatened while carrying a knife” twice in Handsworth in February.

And now officers want to speak to the 43-year-old. West Midlands Police are seeking information to locate Tyrone. But have made an explicit request to anyone who sees Tyrone not to approach him. Instead, they ask the public to provide information to help their agents track him down.

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A spokesman for the force issuing the requested appeal said: “Have you seen Tyrone Solomon? The 43-year-old is wanted on suspicion of making threats while armed with a knife twice in Handsworth, Birmingham, in February. We would ask people to contact us with information, rather than approaching him.

“You can do this via Live Chat on our website or by calling 101. Mention 20/188594/22.” Alternatively, anyone with information can anonymously contact the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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