Warren Burns, 37, dies after being 'assaulted by intruders' at South Manchester home as man charged and woman arrested | The Sun

A 37-YEAR-OLD dad has died after allegedly being assaulted by intruders at a South Manchester home.

Warren Burns, 37, was attacked on Sunday 21 May at the Fallowfield home – rushed to hospital with devastating injuries.

But Greater Manchester Police have today confirmed the dad-of-one died from his injuries four days later on May 25.

One man – Brandon White, 21 – has been charged with attempted murder.

Another man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and is still being quizzed by cops after the tragedy unfolded on Heysham Avenue.

A 19-year-old woman was also arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and has been released on police bail while enquiries continue.

Warren's family paid tribute to the 37-year-old, saying: “Warren was a much loved son, brother and partner and had only just become a father which he absolutely loved.

"He was a larger than life character with a gentle soul, often referred to as a gentle giant. He was very fun loving, and livened up any event he attended. Life will not be the same without him.

"It’s heart-breaking that he will never see his son grow up and experience all that life has to offer.

"He was simply was the best, a true Legend and he will be greatly missed.”

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They are being supported by specialist officers.

Detective Chief Inspector Nichola McCulloch of GMP's Major Incident Team said: "This is a shocking incident which has resulted in a tragic death and the investigation team are working around the clock to find and arrest those responsible and bring them to justice."

You can contact GMP by calling 0161 856 7100 or 101 quoting log 2747 of 21/05/23.

You can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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