Glasgow police launch CCTV picture after man is struck on the pinnacle outdoors Central Station

Police Scotland have launched the picture of a person that they imagine might assist with their inquiries following a severe assault.

The 20-year-old sufferer was strolling on Gordon Road near Central Station round 9.45 pm on March 26 when he was attacked.

The suspect assaulted the person by hanging him on the pinnacle, leaving him requiring hospital remedy.

The sufferer was taken to the Glasgow Royal Infirmary. Police trying to find the particular person accountable have now launched a picture of a person they need to communicate to.

He’s described as as a white male, 18-30 years of age and of medium construct, sporting a white t-shirt with black trousers and black trainers.

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Detectives are asking anybody who recognises the person within the picture or has data on the incident to come back ahead.

Anybody with data can contact officers via 101 quoting reference quantity 4032 of 26 March, 2022.


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