A group of Glasgow police officers have joined together in silent tribute to commemorate Pc Andrew Harper.

Pc Harper, from Thames Valley Police, was killed last Thursday near the village of Sulhamstead in Berkshire while responding to a burglary.

The 28-year-old, who had only recently got married, died from multiple injuries after being dragged under a vehicle.

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Hundreds of officers took part in an organised silence across the UK at 11am on Friday.

The Glasgow Division took to Cathcart Old Parish Church to recognise 'one of their own', and exercised the minute's silence.

Chief inspector Ross Allen lay the wreath of remembrance.

A fundraising page set up by the Thames Valley Police Federation has now raised more than £260,000.

In a tribute, his widow, Lissie Harper, said her husband was “the kindest, loveliest, most selfless person you will ever meet.

“You were brave, funny, and always there for anyone who needed it.”

Mrs Harper added that her husband loved being a police officer and “always wanted to keep everyone safe, especially me”.

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She said: “You went the extra mile whenever you could and genuinely cared for everyone.

“The lights have dimmed on all of our lives now that you are no longer here, but it’s no surprise that, even when you’re gone, you’re still keeping us all going, knowing that you would tell us to carry on and stay strong.”