Man injured in bus stop assault in Edinburgh

Calder Road, Edinburgh The bus stop where the man was attacked is between the junction at Calder Crescent and the underpass near Wester Hailes Road on Calder Road in Edinburgh

A man has been left with serious facial injuries after he was attacked at an Edinburgh bus stop.

The 37-year-old was assaulted on Calder Road sometime between 00:50 and 01:15 on Friday.

The bus stop is between the junction at Calder Crescent and the underpass near Wester Hailes Road.

Police Scotland appealed for anyone who saw anything suspicious at the time to come forward. The male attacker was wearing dark clothes.

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