SEVEN robberies were reported to police in just ONE HOUR after a crime spree across the West End of Glasgow last night.

One of the victims who was robbed was rushed to hospital to be treated for serious injuries.

The news comes after the Evening Times exclusively reported how three women were attacked by thugs wielding hammers and knives on a quiet Kelvindale street.

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The ladies, who were travelling to a friend’s book club, were mugged outside an address on Cleveden Drive, just yards from Great Western Road, on Monday evening.

A local source said two men, who reportedly jumped out of a car and stopped the women, threatened them with the weapons, before making off in the vehicle.

Social media reports suggest a young boy was also targeted by the attackers near a local bowling club at around the same time.

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It is said he was also held at knifepoint and had his mobile phone stolen.

A Police Scotland spokeswoman told the Evening Times: “Police are investigating after a number of people were robbed in the West End of Glasgow last night.

“Between 6.45pm and 7.45pm, officers were called to seven different locations after reports of people being robbed.

“One of the men, 37, who was robbed, was taken to hospital to be treated for serious injuries.

“Nobody else was injured.

“A 23-year-old man has been arrested and enquiries are ongoing.”