The family of a father-of-two who was shot dead in a case of mistaken identity in Birmingham has appealed for witnesses to help police catch his killer.
Marlon O'Reilly, aged 33, was murdered just before 6 o'clock on Friday evening at the Dovecote pub in Sheldon.
Detectives believe the killing is connected to a fight at a gym earlier in the day, that Mr O'Reilly was not involved in. His cousin said his death had left his family and friends devastated
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