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A teenager who died after being assaulted outside a grocer s store in Manchester has been described by his mother as a loveable rogue who was always polite .
Jordan Brennan, 17, was found unresponsive in bed at his home in the Gorton area of the city on Saturday morning.
He was pronounced dead at the scene by emergency services and a post-mortem examination later found he had died from a head injury.
Police say he was assaulted by a man outside a grocer s shop in the area the evening before he died.
Police have launched a murder inquiry and have released an image of a man and a woman they want to speak to about the incident at the shop.
They say that around 7.30pm on Friday, Jordan was with two friends when they went into the store on Hyde Road.
As Jordan was leaving he was assaulted outside the shop by a man who had also been in the shop at the same time as Jordan and his two friends.
Jordan went home and went to bed and at 9am on Saturday and was found unresponsive by his mother.
Detective Inspector Theresa Carter said: Jordan was very well known and liked and both his family and the wider community are deeply shocked and saddened by what happened.
At this stage we know that Jordan was assaulted outside the grocer s store, but we don t know exactly what led up to the assault.
I would also ask that the man involved contacts the police so that we can fully understand what happened inside and outside the shop. We would also like to speak to the woman who he was with.
Both the man and woman police wish to speak to are of Chinese appearance and about 25 to 30 years old.
The man had a stocky or chubby build and black hair and was wearing a white shirt and a black suit jacket and trousers. The woman was slim and had long black straight hair.
In a statement, Jordan s mother, Kim, said: Our son Jordan Brennan was 17 years old and was a well liked young man.
He was a loveable rogue and was always polite and keen to help anyone who needed his help, be that physical help or just to listen to a friend. He would cheer them up with his usual larking about or joking around.
He was a pleasure to have as a son and his loss is devastating. He was greatly loved by all that knew him.
:: Anyone with information is urged to call the police on 0161 856 68797 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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