An old man of 21 years old has died in what police said was a “horrendous attack”.Billy Livesley was taken to hospital after the molestation on Bickershaw Lane in Abram, Wigan, on Friday night, but passed away in the next day. Greater Manchester Police are using the death as killing. Mother of  Mr Livesey stated her son as “one in a million”.

The tests of Post-mortem showed Mr Livesley died in a head injury. Two men imprisoned for being connected with the attack have since been unleashed.

A 57-year-old man has been convicted on the suspicion of conspiracy for committing attempted murder was earlier executed while the questions continue. A 38-year-old man imprisoned for the suspected attempted of murder has since been executed with no further activity. The mother of Mr Livesley said her son was “ idolised by his younger relatives”.

She added, “Billy was one in a million. Those responsible haven’t just killed my son, they have destroyed me and our entire family ”.

“We will always love him and he will always be my baby. ”

Saying, “You were brilliant on the pitch and a brilliant lad off the pitch”, local football team Abram FC posted a tribute on Facebook.

Det Ch Insp Stuart Wilkinson said: “This was a horrific attack on a young man who has tragically lost his life at the hands of others ”.

He added, “ We have specialist officers supporting Billy’s family who has understandably been left completely devastated by this and my thoughts are very much with them at this incredibly difficult time”.

He credited local residents for their aid and support and pleaded anyone with information to contact the force.

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