Manchester

Bolton man, 87, dies in hospital after attack in his home

Frank and Mary Worsley
Image caption Frank and Mary Worsley were married for 62 years

An elderly man who suffered a stroke after being assaulted during a break-in at his home has died.

Frank Worsley, 87, was attacked after he was woken by an intruder at his house in Longfield Road, Daubhill, Bolton at around 00:40 BST on 3 August.

He was taken to hospital after suffering bleeding on his brain but died on Tuesday.

A post-mortem examination will be carried out later to determine the cause of his death.

In a statement, Mr Worsley's family described him as "an all-round good guy" who was "very popular in the community".

He had been married to Mary for 62 years until she passed away last year, they said.

He was also a regular speaker at the local Women's Institute and enjoyed amateur dramatics.

A 24-year-old man has been charged with robbery in connection with the break-in.

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