Tom Cruise's BMW stolen during Mission: Impossible filming

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image sourceBritish Transport Police

image captionCruise posed for pictures with British Transport Police portion filming astatine Grand Central successful Birmingham

Hollywood histrion Tom Cruise's BMW was stolen portion helium was filming successful Birmingham.

The histrion has been successful the metropolis filming the seventh instalment successful the Mission: Impossible movie series.

A BMW X7 was stolen from Church Street connected Tuesday and recovered a abbreviated clip later, West Midlands Police said.

The conveyance was recovered successful adjacent Smethwick. CCTV is being examined and inquiries continue.

The Sun besides claimed the conveyance had thousands of pounds of luggage wrong erstwhile it was taken.

Parts of Grand Central buying centre, supra New Street Station successful Birmingham, were closed from Sunday to Wednesday to let filming to spell ahead.

image sourceGetty Images

image captionThe stolen conveyance was said to beryllium a BMW X7

Many fans person spoken of their "excitement" astatine seeing the movie icon, who visited Indian Restaurant Asha's and met officers from British Transport Police during his clip successful the city.

The officers shared the representation connected societal media adding: "I committedness you, this isn't photoshopped."

image sourceLord Mayor of Birmingham

image captionBirmingham Lord Mayor Muhammad Afzal besides got to conscionable the Mission: Impossible stars.

The Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Muhammad Afzal, besides had the accidental to conscionable Cruise and his co-star Hayley Atwell

He said it had been a "fantastic sojourn and fascinating look down the scenes".

"Can't hold to spot the movie erstwhile it's released," Mr Afzal added.

image sourcePA Media

image captionTom Cruise has been filming Mission: Impossible 7 astatine Grand Central successful Birmingham

Earlier, Cruise caused a disturbance for 1 Warwickshire household erstwhile he landed his chopper successful their garden.

image sourceMaxine Thawley

image captionParts of Grand Central buying centre person been closed for the filming

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