An investigation has been launched after the attempted murder of a person in Easterhouse.
Emergency providers have been referred to as to Duntarvie Highway round 6.30pm on Thursday after a person was found injured on the road.
The 45-year-old was rushed to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital to be handled. His situation is at the moment unknown.
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An tried homicide probe has since been launched with police following a ‘constructive line of enquiry’.
A spokesperson for Police Scotland stated: “Round 6.30pm on Thursday, March 30, police have been referred to as to a report of a 45-year-old man injured on Duntarvie Highway, Glasgow.
“Officers attended and he was taken by ambulance to the Queen Elizabeth College Hospital.
“The police investigation is constant into this tried homicide with officers following a constructive line of enquiry.”
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