Man admits murder of Andrew Boardman at St Annes flat

Andrew Boardman A post-mortem examination revealed Andrew Boardman died of multiple injuries

A man has pleaded guilty to murdering a father-of-two in a "sustained attack" at a Lancashire flat.

Andrew Boardman, 53, was discovered by police responding to reports of a man being assaulted at a flat in Glen Eldon Road, St Annes, on 30 June.

The professional baker was taken to hospital but died the following day.

Jason Brookes, 22, of Elizabeth Court, Blackpool, has admitted to murder at Preston Crown Court and will be sentenced next month.

A post-mortem examination revealed Mr Boardman died of multiple injuries as a result of a sustained attack.

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