Police in Glasgow have released the details of six men after two people were attacked following an Irish Republican march.

Footage surfaced on social media after the attack on Saturday, showing the group of men approach the two men near to Barrowlands Park near Trongate at around 3.30pm.

The incident was not reported to police at the time, however one of the men assaulted, aged 71, contacted police yesterday to report the crime.

The second victim has not yet reported the matter and officers are urging the man to come forward and speak to them.  He is white, bald, with a medium build and was wearing a red jacket, blue jeans and white trainers.

Glasgow Times: The incident took place near to Barrowlands ParkThe incident took place near to Barrowlands Park

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The suspects are described as:

1.  White, short brown hair, wearing a green short sleeved t-shirt, dark trousers, a black jumper tied around his waist, white socks and black trainers.

2.  White, short dark hair, possibly shaved , wearing a grey polo shirt with white collar, dark trousers, black shoes with white soles, a dark jumper tied around his waist.

3. White, heavy build, bald, wearing a white shirt, black trousers, black shoes.

4. White, short dark hair, wearing a black polo shirt with a white emblem on the left side of the chest, black trousers with a white emblem on upper left leg, black trainers with white soles.

5. White, heavy build, yellow t-shirt, black shorts, black trainers, black hair wearing a black skip cap.

6.  White, with grey shaved hair, black t- shirt, carrying a black rucksack, black jogging bottoms with a white emblem on upper left leg, black and white trainers.

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Detectives are reviewing CCTV footage for any information and are asking for anyone with mobile phone footage to pass it on as it could assist the ongoing investigation.

Detective Sergeant Ainsley Clark said: "I would urge the man who was assaulted who has not reported it to police to contact us. 

"The area was very busy on Saturday and I am appealing to people who were in the area at the time of the incident to contact us. 

"Many incidents are captured on mobile phones now and I would appeal to people who may have filmed the incident to contact us and provide us with any footage. 

"It could prove vital in helping us identify the men responsible for these attacks.”

Anyone with information is urged to call police on 101, quoting incident number 3016 of September 11.

Alternatively call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where information can be provided anonymously.