Glasgow detectives release CCTV images in bid to solve Kieran Paul Murray death probe
Police in Glasgow have released new CCTV images as part of a fresh appeal for the public’s help to solve a months-old death investigation.
Kieran Paul Murray was found on Balmore Road near Bardowie village, East Dunbartonshire, with serious injuries at 9:40pm on October 7, 2020.
The 23-year-old was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital by paramedics, before being transferred to the Glasgow Royal Infirmary.
He was pronounced dead two days later on Friday, October 9.
Police say they are now keen to speak to the drivers and occupants of two cars and a van that were spotted on CCTV close to the area where Mr Murray had been found.
The first is a grey or silver coloured Range Rover or Land Rover Discovery that was travelling from Kirkintilloch, past through the Torrance Roundabout and along Balmore Road around 9.40pm on 7 October 2020.
The second is grey or silver Ford Fiesta seen at the same time in Balmore Road, that went down to the Allander Roundabout, then past Dobbies garden centre on Boclair Road until the traffic lights at Milngavie Road where it turned right towards Milngavie.
The third is a white Peugeot Partner van with business livery on the sides and back. It was seen driving on Boclair Road past Dobbies garden centre, up to the traffic lights at Milngavie Road and then turning right at the lights towards Milngavie.
Detective Chief Inspector Gillian Grant, from Police Scotland’s Major Investigation Team said: “I am asking the drivers, or any occupants, of these three vehicles to get in touch as they may have seen something or have information that will help our ongoing enquiries to find out what happened to Kieran."
"Information can be submitted through the Major Incident Public Portal (MIPP) which is a website that gives members of the public access to a form so they can send information direct to the major incident teams based at the Scottish Crime Campus here.
"I would encourage anyone with information to contact us through this website or to call us on 101, quoting incident number 3599 of Wednesday 7 October 2020.”
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