Two men are in a stable condition in hospital after an attempted murder in Govanhill. 

The pair, aged 20 and 21, were reportedly attacked on Annette Street in the area on Tuesday, July 16. 

Police say at around 10pm the 21-year-old was struck by a dark coloured Audi that had been deliberately driven at him on the road. 

The Audi stopped along with two other vehicles, a silver Honda Accord and a Mercedes, and the occupants of these vehicles chased the 21 year-old man and assaulted him.

A 20-year-old man was also assaulted during this attack. 

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The suspects then got back into the cars and made off in the direction of Calder Street.

Police and ambulance were called and both men were taken by ambulance to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

The 21 year-old man is being treated for a stab wound and the 20 year-old man is being treated for his injuries.

Hospital staff describe their condition as stable.

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Police in Glasgow are now calling for witnesses to come forward in the hunt for those responsible.

Detective Inspector Peter Sharp said: “Our enquiries are ongoing to establish more details including the circumstances surrounding this attack and to trace the men responsible.

“This is a busy area and I would like to speak to anyone who witnessed this incident who has not yet spoken to officers, or anyone who has information that will assist this investigation.”

Anyone with information should contact Cathcart Police Office through 101 quoting reference number 4618 of July 16.

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