The local police judge former Birchfield Harriers star Abdi Abdi could have been involved in an attempted murder of a man in Stechford.
The police are currently urging for assistance to find the ex-athletics star who is needed in association with an attempted murder in Stechford.
Police officers consider Abdi Abdi might have been implicated in the attempted murder of a man parking his vehicle after returning home from work on the 17th March.
West Midlands Police said the 21-year-old, who previously symbolised Birmingham’s Birchfield Harriers athletics club, is well-known to visit the Aston and Lozells regions.
The members of the community are advised not to contact him and are instead are asked to call the police immediately on 999.
Detective Superintendent Ian Parnell, from West Midlands Police Force CID, said: “We urgently need to speak to this man and I would like to appeal to him directly to hand himself into police.
“We have trawled CCTV in the area and visited a number of addresses known to Abdi in our search for him.
“If anyone has any information about where Abdi may be, or saw what happened in the area at the time, please contact us as soon as possible.”
Anybody with evidence is pressed to call the West Midlands Police on 101, citing crime number 20BE/56133Q/17.
Otherwise you can call the independent charity Crime stoppers secretly on 0800 555 111.