AN investigation has been launched after a man was seriously assaulted within a Glasgow bar on Friday night. 

Police were called to Paisley Road West after a 64-year-old man was attacked and left with slash wounds and facial injuries. 

The incident is said to have taken place at around 9pm on Friday within the Parkway Bar. 

The man was rushed by ambulance to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Govan where he is being treated for his wounds. 

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Hospital staff describe his condition as stable. 

Detectives in Govan are now appealing for information that could help apprehend those responsible, with descriptions now released of two men. 

The first suspect is described as being between 5ft 10ins and 6ft in height and of stocky build with dark-brown short hair and stubble. He was wearing a grey t-shirt, jeans, white trainers and carrying a rucksack.

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The second suspect is described as being in his late 30s and bald. He was wearing a black t-shirt, grey jogging trousers and grey trainers.

Detective Constable Mark Hendry of Govan Police Station, said: “Our enquiries are continuing into this incident, and we are following a number of lines of enquiry.

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“I would appeal to anyone who witnessed this attack take place, or anyone with information that may assist our investigation to contact officers through 101 quoting reference number 4040 of September 6.  

"Alternatively Crimestoppers can be contacted on 0800 555 111, where anonymity can be maintained.”