A 19-year-old man has been arrested following a deadly drive-by shooting in Birmingham.
James Teer, 20, used to be attacked as he performed soccer with pals close to his house in Goosemoor Lane, Erdington, final Thursday night time.
West Midlands Police say the arrest is a “major step forward” in the investigation
Police say they’ve been “working around the clock” for the reason that shooting, analyzing CCTV and seeking to perceive a reason for the assault.
Detective Chief Inspector Scott Griffiths mentioned: “James’s circle of relatives have mentioned that they are able to’t comprehend what is took place or perceive why someone would need to hurt their son.
“The reason remains to be unclear so I ask someone who knew James or has heard any conversations that may lend a hand give an explanation for what took place to get in contact.
“There will be people in the community who know or suspect why this has happened.”
The man detained, who’s from the Alum Rock space of town, stays in custody following his arrest in Birmingham town centre round 4pm on Tuesday.
Speaking on the time of the shooting, native MP Jack Dromey mentioned the dying used to be a “tragic waste”.
He added: “A car pulled up and it sounds as if from the window of the car, he used to be shot in the pinnacle with a shotgun.
“His circle of relatives are completely devastated over what has took place.”
Anyone with data can name 101 or touch the charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.