A second body has been recovered by officers investigating the disappearance of two men feared drowned in two separate incidents in the West Midlands.
Police divers pulled the body of a man from water in Pelsall, having earlier discovered another body - believed to be that of a 19-year-old man - in a lake in Brookvale Park, Erdington, Birmingham.
He is thought to have drowned as he helped friends who had got into difficulty in the water while trying to retrieve a football. Identification of both bodies has yet to be carried out.
A police spokeswoman said: "Police divers this afternoon recovered the body of a man from water in Ryders Hayes Lane in Pelsall. The man has not yet been identified. The coroner has been informed."
Ambulance crews were initially called to Brookvale Park at 6.35pm on Sunday following reports that four men aged in their late teens or early 20s had waded into the water to fetch a football.
Three managed to get out of the water, which was about waist deep, but the fourth could not be found.
Friends and family of the missing man are believed to have watched in horror as rescuers pulled the body out of the water.
The spokeswoman said: "A body has been recovered from Brookvale Park Lake in Erdington. Formal identification has yet to take place. The body is believed to be that of a 19-year-old male from the Alum Rock area."
While the search was under way, paramedics were called to a similar incident in an area known as The Station Fields, in Pelsall. Three men in their late teens or early 20s had waded into the water. Two had made it out but the third could not be found.