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Hearing that there are hundreds of people outside HMV in Merry Hill at the moment to get a glimpse of Britain's Got Talent stars Bars & Melody. They are signing copies of their anti-bullying single today.

Scores of people attended a concert to raise money to repair a church roof which was targeted by metal thieves. Watch our video here:

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Pictures just in this morning of a man dressed as a builder who targeted a branch of the West Bromwich Building Society in Birmingham. He fled with cash after claiming he had a gun. Recognise him? Call 101.

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