Man injured after being attacked by teenage gang on street
The 33-year-old was left with a serious face injury after the attack.
Police are appealing for information into an unprovoked gang attack on a Glasgow street that left a man with a serious face injury.
The 33-year-old was with a friend on Dalmarnock Road at its junction with Queen Mary Street at around 11.15pm on Sunday, March 31, when they were attacked by six teenagers.
The assault caused the man to fall to the ground, but he managed to get away and escape in a taxi before making his way to the Glasgow Royal Infirmary where he was treated for facial injuries.
Police say there was a disturbance involving several people just prior to the assault at the junction of Queen Mary Street and Baltic Place and It's possible the man may have got caught up in this.
Two of the suspects are described as being aged around 19-years-old.
Officers are now reviewing CCTV images for any information it could provide and have been carrying out door to door enquiries.
Detective Constable John Boyd said: "A young man has been left with serious facial injuries and it's imperative we trace whoever is responsible.
"There does not appear to be a motive for the attack and I am appealing to anyone who was in the area at the time or anyone who may have seen or heard the disturbance to contact us.
"Any small piece of information could prove vital in helping us identify those responsible. If you have any information, please do pass it on."