CCTV probe after attack in Glasgow city centre
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.”