Officers built the discovery after tracing a stolen Assortment Rover, stolen in Kings Norton, Birmingham, on May possibly 22, to a scrap property in Cheston Road, Aston, on Wednesday.
They uncovered the auto experienced been partially dismantled and together with it was an array of auto pieces which includes engines, bumpers and other overall body shells.
Parts had been observed joined to motor vehicles taken in Halesowen, Stourbridge and Hampton-in Arden on May perhaps 11, Might 9 and May well 20 respectively – and one more taken from Manchester in March.
Quite a few pieces were presently packaged up for shipment but the force’s forensic automobile examiner will now be likely by all the things in a bid to connection objects to other offences.
Officers also discovered a ‘jammer’ which is a gadget car burglars use to block the frequency from important fobs so autos are left insecure when proprietors believed they are locked.
Superintendent Jim Munro, West Midlands Police’s lead for car criminal offense, said: “We operate a streets policing operation by means of the night time on the lookout for vehicle thieves. It’s been really successful and final yr the procedure netted much more than 2,000 arrests and recovered 1,000 stolen autos.
“But it is also vital we go just after the current market for stolen vehicles – and usually which is ‘chop shops’ that quickly dismantle the cars and trucks and sell on the areas.
“Frequently these stolen pieces go to mend cars acquired by criminals from salvage yards, so prospective buyers are unwittingly driving close to in autos consisting of stolen sections.
“This is a excellent uncover by our officers and original enquiries propose this is a sizeable chop shop and may well effectively have been the final place for a lot of stolen cars.”
No arrests have been manufactured at this stage but the compound has been sealed off for a thorough research.