Glasgow assault: A man has suffered serious facial injuries after an assault in the city centre

Police are appealing for information after the incident.

Wednesday, 23rd September 2020, 3:19 pm
Updated Wednesday, 23rd September 2020, 3:19 pm

A man has suffered serious facial injuries after an assault in the Glasgow city centre.

The incident occurred on Sunday, September 20 at around 5.30 pm on Kennedy Path near to St Mungo Place.

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Police are appealing for information after the incident.

A 34-year-old man was found with serious injuries to his face, and emergency services took him to hospital.

His injuries were not life threatening.

Detective Constable Rachel Hopkirk, of Glasgow CID, said: “Enquiries are continuing to establish the exact circumstances surrounding this assault.

“This would have been a busy area on a Sunday evening and we are appealing to anyone that may have information that could assist with our investigation.

“I would ask if you noticed anyone acting suspicious in the area around the time of the incident that you get in contact with officers.”

Police can be contacted by calling 101 and quoting incident number 2978 of Sunday, September 20.

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