CCTV probe af­ter at­tack in Glas­gow city cen­tre

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PO­LICE in­ves­ti­gat­ing a rob­bery in the city cen­tre have re­leased CCTV im­ages.

They be­lieve the men can as­sist with their in­ves­ti­ga­tions fol­low­ing the in­ci­dent, which took place near to the Clutha Vaults on Clyde Street at around 11.30pm on Oc­to­ber 7, last year.

The vic­tim, 17, was at­tacked and sus­tained se­ri­ous in­juries re­quir­ing hospi­tal treat­ment.

Dur­ing the course of the rob­bery, his per­sonal prop­erty was stolen from him.

The men de­scribed as all be­ing in their mid to late teens, pic­tured wear­ing hooded tops.

Any­one with info is ur­gent to con­tact po­lice via 101, quot­ing in­ci­dent num­ber 4367 of Oc­to­ber 7, 2019.

A LUX­URY dairy-free ice-cream is set to hit stores across Glas­gow in cel­e­bra­tion of ‘Ve­gan­uary’.

Scot­tish ice-cream maker Equi’s has un­veiled its Straw­berry ve­gan treat, which will be stocked in 25 in­de­pen­dent re­tail­ers across the city.

The cre­ation is made in Scot­land us­ing co­conut oil as an al­ter­na­tive to tra­di­tional dairy, re­sult­ing in a smooth tex­ture per­fect for those go­ing ve­gan.

The new prod­uct is now avail­able in 120ml grab and go pots for £1.50 from in­de­pen­dent Con­ve­nience Stores such as Spar, Cost­cut­ter and Nisa across Glas­gow and La­nark­shire.

The new plant-based flavour will also be on the ve­gan menus at ev­ery Tony Mac­a­roni restau­rant.

Chris Law, head of sales and mar­ket­ing at Equi said: “We are ex­tremely ex­per­i­men­tal here at Equi’s and love cre­at­ing new prod­ucts and flavours for ice cream lovers to en­joy.”

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