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Gavin Brown died eight days after an attack at a Trafford pub

"He had a really wide range of friends and was loved by everybody. If he was your friend; he was a true friend to you."

Gavin Brown died after being injured in an attack at the Melville Hotel in Stertford.

The 29-year-old man was a dad.

After the man’s death, a murder investigation was launched.

The dad was seriously injured in an attack at a Trafford pub on April 12, 2019.

He was immediately hospitalized with life-critical injures. Unfortunately, he died eight days later at the hospital.

Four men, aged 53, 56, 58 and 73, were arrested by detectives who launched a comprehensive investigation into Mr Brown’s death

According to Greater Manchester Police, all of the men have been freed, and there isn’t more action.

A spokesperson of GMP said that Mr Brown’s death was no longer considered as suspicious.

Gavin’s family said: “Gavin was a son, brother, dad, uncle, nephew and cousin.

“He had a really wide range of friends and was loved by everybody. If he was your friend; he was a true friend to you.

“He had a big heart and will be missed by everybody who knew him,” they added.

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