Detectives investigating the murder of an elderly grandmother in Birmingham are re-appealing for witnesses, three months after the attack.
A pensioner who was attacked in her bed in Birmingham has died from complications arising from her injuries
Two people arrested following the assault of 94-year-old Emma Winnall have been released on bail.
People fighting to keep an inner city swimming pool from being closed will meet today. Friends of Moseley Road Baths have campagined to keep the pool for several years after the council decided to close the Grade II listed building.
A 30 year old man is in hospital after being shot in the stomach in the Moseley area of Birmingham.
The shooting took place on Wake Green Road this afternoon. The victim was looked after by family members until medics arrived. His injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.
Police cordoned off the area to conduct a search and are also analysing CCTV footage. They say the shot may have come from a black Audi.
The daughter of a murdered pensioner has described the person who attacked her mother as 'scum.'
Emma Winnall who was 93, was beaten in her bed by an intruder, exactly three months ago today.
She suffered a fractured skull and a partially severed finger, she later died from her injuries in hospital.
Two people arrested in connection with her death were released without charge.
This morning her daughter joined police to re-appeal for information that might lead to the attacker being caught.
A post-mortem examination is due to be conducted on a pensioner who died following an attack in her home in Moseley Birmingham.
Emma Winnall, 93, died in hospital on Tuesday, nearly a month after she was found badly beaten in her bed.
West Midlands Police said the widow's death came after complications arising from her injuries. She suffered a fractured skull and broken arm and had been in intensive care since the attack on May 1.
Detailed forensic analysis is continuing on items removed from Mrs Winnall's home in Pensby Close, and a Crimestoppers reward of #5,000 is on offer to anyone who provides information which leads to a conviction.
A pensioner who was beaten in her bed by an intruder last month has died in hospital from her injuries.
Emma Winnall from the Moseley area of Birmingham suffered a broken arm, fractured skull and a partially severed finger in the attack and police are renewing their appeals for information.
West MidlandsPolice believe the local community hold the answers to solve the the crime.
93 year old Emma Winnall was attacked at her home in Moseley in Birmingham a month ago.
She suffered a fractured skull and had been in intensive care since May 1st.
She died early this morning from her injuries.
West Midlands Police have held a press conference into the murder inquiry of Emma Winnall.
The 93 year old was attacked at her home in Moseley earlier in May.
DS Superintendent Richard Baker, West Midlands Police said:
"It's very sad news" that Emma Winnall passed away early this morning.
He's also renewed appeals for anyone with information to come forward
"If someone is protecting someone" over this crime he said, he urges them to "examine their consciences".
The woman, 56, and the man, 28, were arrested at their home in the Hall Green area of Birmingham just before 6.30am yesterday.
They were taken to a police station in the West Midlands for questioning and bailed with instructions to return at a date in July.
The 93-year-old widow was attacked in her bed overnight between Monday 30 April and Tuesday 1 May.
A reward of up to £5,000 has been offered by the independent charity Crimestoppers for anyone who contacts them with information which leads to the arrest and conviction of Emma's attacker.