People have been laying flowers outside the pub in Yardley where a man was shot last night. Police have not yet identified him.
Officers are still on the scene this morning of a fatal shooting at the Dovecote pub, Cockshut Hill, Birmingham.
A man died in Sheldon yesterday afternoon after shots were fired in the pub. Police believe it was a targeted attack.
Chief Superintendent Alex Murray gave a brief statement at the scene of a fatal shooting in Birmingham tonight.
His officers will remain at the scene at the Dovecote pub in Cockshut Hill, Sheldon where shots were fired inside the pub shortly before 5.45pm.
A man died at the scene and his family are being informed.
Police say the murder of a man at a pub in Birmingham is not being linked to any other incident at this stage.
They are appealing for witnesses to come forward after shots were fired inside the Dovecote Pub in Sheldon just before 5.46pm this evening.
Police said that the fatal shooting at a Birmingham pub happened "in broad daylight" and that the pub was crowded at the time.
A "large area" around the Dovecote pub in Cockshut Hill has been cordoned off and emergency service are still at the pub.
– Chief Superintendent Alex Murray, west midlands police
We believe this may have been a targeted attack which happened in a busy pub in broad daylight this afternoon.
At this stage we do not believe this is connected with any other incident ...
This would have been a shocking incident for witnesses and will have a huge impact on the local community.
I want to reassure residents that we are working hard to find the person responsible for this attack and are following a number of lines of inquiry at this early stage.
A large number of officers remain on the streets of Birmingham tonight after a man was shot in a pub http://t.co/wXwA4WW5hb
– Stonegate Pub Company spokesperson
"We confirm an incident took place at the Dovecote, Birmingham. This is currently being investigated by the police and we are assisting them with their enquiries. The pub is currently closed and remain so while the investigation continues."