A Scottish teenager is in “serious” condition after a gang of “Asian boys” dragged him into the middle of the road and stamped on his head in the centre of Glasgow.
The 16-year-old was was “assaulted by a group of youths who dragged him to the ground and stamped on his head leaving him with serious injuries”, according to a Police Scotland appeal for information.
Police say the attack took place “around 7:50 p.m. on Friday, 28 February, 2020 on Argyle Street at its junction with Jamaica Street near to McDonald’s and KFC”, and that the perpetrators were described as “Asian boys aged 15-18 years old, all… of a slim build”.
So far, no-one has been arrested, while the victim “remains in a stable condition” at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.
APPEAL FOLLOWING SERIOUS ASSAULT ARGYLE STREET- the incident happened around 7.50pm on Friday, 28 February at the junction of Argyle Street And Jamaica Street. A group of youth assaulted a 16-year-old boy causing serious injury. READ MORE https://t.co/g7AB4mp9jM pic.twitter.com/0EWZt7hHeR
— Greater Glasgow Police (@GreaterGlasgPol) February 29, 2020
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