Bot­tle at­tack at pub sees man rushed to hospital

Evening Times - - NEWS - BY NIALL CHRISTIE

A MAN was rushed to hospital after a bot­tle at­tack in a West End pub on Satur­day.

The 32-year-old was struck by the item at around 11.10pm in the Quar­ter Gill on Dum­bar­ton Road be­fore the as­sault con­tin­ued out­side.

He was then taken to the Queen Elizabeth Uni­ver­sity Hospital where he was treated for a head in­jury re­lat­ing to the bot­tle at­tack.

An­other man, 22, was also as­saulted but did not re­quire hospital treat­ment.

Po­lice are now hunt­ing two men they be­lieve to be re­spon­si­ble.

They are said to have made off along Hyn­d­land Street.

The men re­spon­si­ble are de­scribed as be­ing white, about 6’ in height, aged in their late 40s and bald.

Of­ficers in Glas­gow are ap­peal­ing for in­for­ma­tion after the in­ci­dent in Partick.

De­tec­tive Con­sta­ble Craig Martin, the of­fi­cer in charge of the en­quiry, is ap­peal­ing for any­one with in­for­ma­tion which can help iden­tify the two men who car­ried out the as­saults to get in touch.

He added: “If you were in the Quar­ter Gill or in the

Dum­bar­ton Road area at the time and wit­nessed the as­saults I would urge you to con­tact me.”

Po­lice Scot­land can be con­tacted on 101 - quot­ing in­ci­dent 4149 of December 28, 2019.

In­for­ma­tion can also be given anony­mously to Crimestop­pers on 0800 555 111.

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