Police in Glasgow have launched an data enchantment after a person was attacked by three males and a girl while ready on a taxi.
The intense assault occurred on Monday, December 19 at round 1am outdoors the entrance entrance of the Hilton resort on William Road
The 44-year-old male sufferer was attacked while ready for a taxi and was rushed to a Glasgow hospital with critical, however non-life threatening, accidents.
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The suspects are described as three white males, one round 5ft 8 and of a thin construct, and one white girl, with lengthy brown hair.
The realm is alleged to have been busy on the time, with folks leaving a Christmas operate that was held on the resort, and police are asking for anybody who witnessed the assault to come back ahead.
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Detective Constable Larissa Cooper, from Larger Glasgow CID, stated: “We’re conscious that the realm was busy across the time of the assault, with folks leaving a Christmas operate on the resort.
“We’re interesting to anybody who witnessed the assault or has any data to please come ahead. You may name police on 101, quoting incident 0361 of 19 December. Alternatively, please contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, for those who want to stay nameless.”
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