Glasgow attempted murder: Police hunt four men after attack in Bridge Street

The incident involved up to six people.

A manhunt is underway after an attempted murder on a Glasgow Street has left a 46-year-old man in critical condition in hospital.

Police responded to reports of disturbance on Bridge Street at around 7.15 pm on Sunday, September 6.

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Up to six people were involved in the incident, and the police are asking for public help to trace them.

The first suspect is a white male, between 20 and 30 years old with short dark hair, and he was wearing a long-sleeved, green jumper, black jogging trousers with red and white stripes down the side along with red and white trainers.

The second suspect is described as an Asian male, also between 20 and 30, wearing a black jacket with a black hooded top underneath, black shorts on top of black leggings, black trainers and a black baseball cap.

The third suspect is a white woman, between 20 and 30 years old with long dark hair and was wearing a grey coat, a light coloured top, blue jeans and grey trainers.

The fourth suspect is also a white female of around the same age, also with long dark hair and was wearing a white hooded top with a red love heart motif, blue jeans and white trainers.

Police Scotland are gathering available CCTV footage from the area to review and are asking the public to come forward with any information they may have.

Detective Sergeant Steven Slater said: “At this stage, we do not know what has provoked this attack.

“We are carrying out enquiries to locate the second man who may have suffered minor injuries as we are sure he has information which will be integral to our investigation.

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“ I would also like to appeal to members of the public who were in the area last night, particularly any motorists or taxi drivers with dash cams, to contact us.

“Potentially, your camera could have captured images which could assist with our enquiries.”

Anyone with information is asked to call Police Scotland via 101, quoting incident number 3159 of 3 September, 2020.

Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where information can be given anonymously.

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