Storm thief house in Birmingham and threatens to kill pregnant woman



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This is the chilling moment that a gang of thieves broke into a house armed with a machete and threatened to kill a pregnant woman.

Leaving the family "shaken" and "traumatized," the hooded men invaded the property in Sparkhill, Birmingham, while the eight-month-old pregnant woman, her aunt and two small children were all at home.

The bandits struck the machete on the kitchen counter, demanding gold and money, despite the woman saying she had nothing.

They "threatened to kill her," before running away empty-handed and leaving the family traumatized.

"They are lower than low," said the 25-year-old's father.

He added, "Do they have sisters and mothers, and what if someone did this to their mother?

"During the last few days, they panic if they hear the slightest noise, they are shaken, it is very traumatic for them.

The gang of thieves broke into a house and threatened to kill a pregnant woman with a machete, demanding gold and money (Photo: BPM Media)

The mother was at home with her two-year-old son, a 41-year-old aunt and a nine-year-old daughter when the bell rang shortly after 8:30 pm on Friday.

The girl opened the door for who she believed would be her teenage brother, but was terrified after four men came in with a machete.

The father said, "They said," We had information that you have gold in the house. "

"The one with a machete stood in the kitchen, holding my daughter's wrist tight, asking her to say where the money was, she said," We do not have any money or jewelry. "

The hooded men stormed the property in Sparkhill, Birmingham, while the eight-month-old pregnant woman, her aunt and two small children were present (Photo: BPM Media)

The pregnant mother decided to stay calm because of her two-year-old son, who was in the living room and out of sight during the terrible ordeal.

The man in the jacket hurried upstairs to check the rooms, but returned empty-handed.

The woman's father said, "My sister took the rings out of her hand and said, 'Accept it,' but they said, 'We want more.'

After discovering that the family had no gold and no money to distribute, the men would have said "let's dive," slang to get out and get away in a Renault Megane.

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Police have arrived in a few minutes and a hunt is under way.

A police spokeswoman in the West Midlands said, "Police are investigating an attempted robbery after four men entered a house on Bromyard Road in Sparkhill shortly after 8:30 p.m. on Friday (Nov. 23).

"It is believed that one of the men was armed with a knife and made threats when the others searched the top of the property.

"They made their escape without taking anything with them."

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