A SHATTERED community in mourning has begun leaving floral tributes at the scene where one of its own was tragically killed.

The Barrowfield residents have united in their grief over the death of popular Celtic fan 18-year-old Liam Hendry.

The teenager died after he was deliberately hit by a white van in Barrowfield Street just yards from his home in the city’s East End on Sunday morning.

A second man, 30, is also fighting for his life in hospital after he was attacked and seriously injured following the incident which is being treated by police as murder.

Yesterday, floral tributes, scarves and football tops of his beloved Celtic were left on the road while police officers continued their investigation into the murder by carrying out door to door enquiries.

The latest tribute in the community comes after calls were made for a minute’s applause to be held at Celtic’s game against CFR Cluj on Thursday night.

Babz McMahon took to Twitter calling for fans to get involved in the tribute for Liam who supported Celtic.

She said: “Liam was tragically killed in a traffic incident over the weekend.

“Family and friends hope fans can give a minutes applause on Thursday night on the 18th minute.

“Fly high with the Angels Liam.”

The tweet has received support from thousands of Hoops supporters who have backed the call.

It comes after a fundraiser was set up in the aftermath of Liam’s death which has amassed over £5,700 of donations.

We reported yesterday that murder cops are now investigating the death.

Detective Inspector Greig Wilkie, Shettleston CID, said: “From our enquiries so far, we understand that Liam and some of his friends, who were in a flat in Barrowfield Street, came into the street on hearing a disturbance between two groups of people already outside.

“A van has then deliberately driven at the group of people from the flat fatally injuring Liam. A disturbance then broke out and this is when the second man was injured.

“Officers are still piecing together the events and are speaking to witnesses and checking CCTV in the area.

“The van involved was recovered at the time of the attack. From initial enquiries the van was driven deliberately at the group. Mr Hendry happened to be part of the group on the street at the time.

“If you have any information that could assist officers with their enquiries, then please call Shettleston CID via 101 quoting reference number 1240 of Sunday 29 September 2019. Alternatively, Crimestoppers can be contacted on 0800 555 111.”