INVESTIGATIONS continue into the death of a Bromsgrove man following a disturbance at a pub, with police now awaiting the results of a post-mortem.

Jason 'Jay' Olds, 47, collapsed in the Dog and Pheasant pub on Worcester Road pub at around 8.50pm on Saturday, April 7.

Ambulance services arrived to find him in cardiac arrest, and he was taken to the Worcestershire Royal Hospital in a serious condition, where he later died.

Two men from Derby, aged 52 and 25, and a 48-year-old man from Telford were all arrested on suspicion of affray.

They were subsequently arrested on suspicion of manslaughter and have now been bailed until the beginning of May.

Police hope the results of a post-mortem will provide more information as to what extent the altercation contributed to Mr Old's death.

Detective Inspector Sarah Squires said: “We’re continuing our investigations to establish how Mr Olds died.

"We initially responded to a report of an altercation at the pub.

“At this time we believe he died some time after the disturbance had calmed down.

"An initial post mortem has taken place but further tests are required.

“We’re hoping that these tests will provide more information about how Mr Olds died and to what extent, if any, the altercation contributed in his death.”

Anyone with information can call 101 and quote incident 683s of April 7, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via