Glasgow & West Scotland

Three hurt in Glasgow garden stabbing attack

Three men were injured after being stabbed by a man in a garden in Glasgow.

The victims, who were aged 21, 23 and 33, were taken to Glasgow Royal Infirmary following the incident in Gartcraig Road, Carntyne, at about 21:35 on Friday.

Two were released after treatment, but the 33-year-old remained in hospital in a serious but stable condition.

Police are treating the incident as attempted murder.

The suspect is described as white, in his 20s, with an athletic build.

He had short, brown hair and was wearing a light grey hooded top with a white zip and three-quarter length white shorts featuring a black design.

Det Sgt John Semple said: "The motive for this attack remains unclear and I am appealing to anyone who may have any information or knowledge to get in touch with us.

"On that particular night, people may have been out and about, perhaps sitting in their gardens, enjoying the good weather and they may have seen or heard something which could assist our inquiries.

"This can also be a busy road with cars and taxis and if you were in the area around the time of the incident, please do contact us."

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