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Jackie added: "To my knowledge Andrew hasdn't taken any drugs since he was a teenager. If there are drugs in him we won't believe he has taken them himself he was terrified of needles. I'm disgusted with what has happened and don't understand it."
Dad Leigh, 40, said: "He wasn't just my lad he was my best mate. He was knowledgeable on lots of subjects and loved history, boxing and Manchester United. We argued like the clappers about football at times but at the end of the day he was my lad."
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She added: "His sister and brothers idolised him so it's going to be difficult without him over Christmas."
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THE parents of a 26 year old found dead in woodland have paid tribute to their beloved son.
Two bouquets of flowers along with a sympathy card had been placed near the scene at the entrance to Loveclough sports pitch.
Christmas will be so difficult without Andrew
Detective Inspector Martin Melvin from Lancashire Constabulary said: "The family is distraught at the moment and we have special officers working with them. It is obviously a shock to the residents of Loveclough. That type of offence doesn't happen every day."
His funeral will be held on Wednesday (December 23) at Burnley Crematorium from midday.
was discovered by a dog walker last Wednesday (December 9) behind Loveclough Sports field, off Burnley Road.
Jayne Hartley, 40, and Adrian Limb, 29, both of Burnley Road, Rossendale, have since been charged with 'preventing a lawful and decent burial' and have been remanded in custody.
Police believe Andrew died of a suspected drugs overdose but there will be an inquest held in March next year after a post mortem examination failed to establish an exact cause of death.
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