Lead thief left in wheelchair after plunge from city landmark

Lead thief left in wheelchair after plunge from city landmark
 

A drunken thief was left in a wheelchair after plunging from the top of one of Birmingham’s oldest buildings as he plundered lead from the roof.
Police found Connor Buckley in agony outside the St Nicolas Place complex in Kings Norton early on October 6, 2015.
He had stolen £2,000-worth of metal from the 15th century, Grade I listed Tudor Merchant's House.
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