Kieran Paul Murray: Man found on Balmore Road in Glasgow with serious head injuries has died in hospital
A man who was found on a Glasgow street with serious head injuries has died in hospital.
Kieran Paul Murray, 23, was found by members of the public lying on Balmore Road near Allander Toll Roundabout on Wednesday, October 7.
Emergency services attended him and he was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital before being transferred to the Glasgow Royal Infirmary for treatment to a serious head injury.
Tragically, Kieran died on Friday morning.
A post mortem examination will be carried out in due course to establish the exact cause of death.
Detective Chief Inspector Gillian Grant, from Police Scotland’s Major Investigation Teams said: “Kieran’s family are absolutely heartbroken and it is vital that we find out what happened to him.“At this time it is unclear how he came to be lying seriously injured on Balmore Road and detectives are investigating a number of lines of enquiry.
“I would urge anyone who was in the area of Balmore Road on Wednesday night and noticed anything which could be of significance to our investigation to please get in touch.
"I would also urge motorists with dash-cams who were in the vicinity to check their footage in case they have captured anything of importance.
"A young man has lost his life, leaving his family utterly devastated and we must find answers for them.”
Anybody with any information is encouraged to contact the police on 101 quoting incident number 3599 of Wednesday, October 7, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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