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A man will appear in court this morning charged in connection with an attack on Mormon Bishop, David Charmbury last weekend.
Harley Heyes, 36 of Bluebell Drive, Chelmsley Wood, was charged this morning with assault causing grievous bodily harm with intent, taking a vehicle by force and having no insurance.
Heyes will appear at Birmingham Magistrates Court today.
Mr Charmbury, aged 45, was attacked as he opened up his church in Clopton Crescent at around 9am on Sunday 16 August. He suffered serious head injuries and his Mazda CX5 Sport car was stolen, the car was found nearby a short time later.
He remains in a critical but stable condition in hospital; his family has been kept up-to-date on the latest developments.
which took place as David Charmbury, a Mormon bishop , opened up his church in Clopton Crescent around 9am on Sunday 16 August.
The 45-year-old man suffered serious head injuries as he was attacked by robbers, who then stole his Mazda CX5 Sport car.
He was found by a passer-by in the road and remains in hospital in a critical but stable condition.
The car was recovered a short time later on nearby Starling Grove and is undergoing forensic examination.
However, property from the car, including a black iPhone 4s in a silver case and an iPad 2 with a black smart cover in a black sleeve is still missing.