Police have named a man from Halesowen who died in a road collision in Birmingham on Wednesday night and are appealing for information.
Mohammed Naseem was walking in Hagley Road West at around 8.20pm yesterday evening when it’s understood he was struck by a Mercedes car and a Peugeot van.
The 63-year-old man was treated by paramedics but died at the scene. The drivers were spoken to by officers.
Police have released CCTV images of two men they want to speak to after a man was attacked with a shovel in Stourbridge in the early hours of Sunday 30th June.
Officers were called to Hagley Road, just off the main ring road, at around 4.45am to reports of a man who had been attacked.
An investigation was launched and police now believe the victim was attacked by three men who struck him several times with a shovel and kicked him as he lay on the floor. The 30-year-old was taken to hospital with head injuries, where he remains in a stable condition this afternoon.
Detectives have been following a number of lines of enquiry including trawling through CCTV footage and have identified two men they want to speak to in connection with the attack.
A 43-year-old man was arrested on Sunday and has been bailed pending further investigation.
ASDA have announced its stores across Birmingham and the Black Country will collect money in memory of murdered Halesowen schoolgirl Christina Edkins.
Mental health professionals are continuing to talk to a man suspected of fatally stabbing a 16-year-old girl on a bus. The man, 22, was sectioned last night under the Mental Health Act.
He's been moved to what police describe as a "secure facility" for further assessment. Christina Edkins died on Thursday as she travelled to school.
Mental health professionals are continuing to talk to a 22-year-old man suspected of stabbing to death 16-year-old Christina Edkins on a bus in Birmingham city centre on Thursday (March 7).
The man was sectioned last night under the Mental Health Act 1983. He's been moved to what police describe as a 'secure facility' for further assessment.
Many people arrived at the scene today to lay flowers, including Philip Partridge.
He says that his brother died under tragic circumstances. Philip told ITV News Central how Christina's death brought back memories.
A suspect arrested on suspicion of murdering 16-year-old Christina Edkins in Birmingham has tonight been sectioned under the Mental Health Act.
He will now be sent to a secure facility after the latest assessment by mental health professionals deemed him unfit to be interviewed any further by detectives.
The 22-year-old has been regularly assessed by medical experts throughout his time in police custody.