A MAN has been hospitalized after being stabbed to dying in a brutal assassination try close to Glasgow this morning.
Rescue staff raced to Alexander Avenue in Clydebank after the 38-year-old appeared at a takeaway simply after midnight and sought assist.
He’s believed to have been stabbed by a person close to close by residences.
He was taken to Glasgow’s Queen Elizabeth College Hospital by ambulance.
His situation is described as severe however secure.
Scottish Police have confirmed they’re in search of the suspect and two accomplices who had been with him on the time.
The suspect within the assault is described as white, in his late 50s, 1.60m tall and of stocky construct.
It isn’t identified what garments he was sporting.
The suspect was with two different individuals on the time, a person and a girl.
The girl was white with darkish hair, sporting blue denims and a inexperienced jacket.
The person was 5ft 8, of stocky construct, sporting a darkish jacket and trousers and a blue paper Covid masks.
Detective Constable Martin Davies, CID Clydebank mentioned: “In the intervening time now we have no motive for this assault.
“What we do know is that the injured man was at an condominium on Alexander Avenue when he was known as out to the road by the suspects who had been standing exterior.
“As he walked into the nook, one of many males stabbed him.
“All three suspects then ran by means of the again of the flats onto Hume Avenue in direction of Arran Place.
“The injured made it to a close-by quick meals joint, the place employees known as an ambulance and the police.
“Though this assault came about within the early hours of the morning I’m certain individuals had been within the neighborhood and would subsequently ask that in case you are within the space and see something that will help officers of their investigation then come alongside please get in contact.
“CCTV can see a few black vehicles driving by means of the realm at the moment. So should you had been there and should have sprint cam footage or data please name the police.
“Officers might be contacted by telephone on 101. When calling, please quote the reference quantity 0024 of Monday 8 Might 2023. Alternatively, particulars might be handed anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”
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