A MAN has been arrested after ramming into a police vehicle in a car stolen from Halesowen.

Officers spotted a Seat Cupra, which was believed to have been stolen in a Halesowen burglary, driving through Edgbaston on cloned plates.

The driver rammed into the officers’ police car before fleeing the vehicle.

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However, he was soon arrested.

Following a search of the car two huge knives were found “close to hand”.

West Midlands Police Traffic tweeted on Tuesday, May 10: “This Cupra was stolen in a burglary from Halesowen before being used in other criminality.

"We saw it on cloned plates in Edgbaston before the driver rammed our car and decamped but was soon arrested.