Hit-and-run driver leaves three injured after mounting pavement in murder attempt outside of Glasgow pub
- Two men and a woman were injured after they saw the Pig & # 39; n & # 39; Had left Whistle in Glasgow
- Two men aged 25 and 28 and a 63-year-old woman were hit by the car
- The police are investigating whether the attack was linked to an earlier incident at the bar
- The police treat the case as an attempted murder and call for help
Three people were hit by a car that went up the pavement in an attempted murder after they left a city cafe.
A man and a woman stay in the hospital while another man was released after treatment after the incident in Glasgow.
The two men aged 25 and 28 and the 63-year-old woman left the Pig & # 39; n & # 39; pub. Whistle on McNeil Street on foot before being hit by a car on Old Rutherglen Road shortly afterwards.
Three people were injured in a shot last night and ran when they saw the Pig & # 39; n & # 39; Abandoned Whistle bar in Glasgow. A driver consciously drove onto the sidewalk and hit the two men and a woman
The police were called earlier in the evening for a malfunction in the pub and are trying to determine whether the incidents are related.
All three victims were transferred to Glasgow Royal Infirmary where the woman and the 28-year-old man remain in a stable state.
Detective Sergeant Keith Runcie, of the Cathcart Police Office, said: & # 39; The car had been driven onto the sidewalk and therefore we treat this incident as an attempted murder.
& # 39; Officers were called prior to the incident to malfunction in the pub, and therefore we try to determine if both incidents are related.
& # 39; We appeal to everyone who was on McNeil Street last night at Pig pub & # 39; n & # 39; Whistle has sat down to see if he or she witnessed the incident on Old Rutherglen Road to contact us as soon as possible.
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Anyone with information is asked to contact the police via 101, stating incident number 0004 of Saturday July 13, 2019 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, where information can be provided confidentially.
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