A man, 34, was hospitalised with serious injuries after being assaulted by four men in a Springburn garden. 

The incident took place in Springburn Way around 3.50pm on Thursday, May 28. 

Four men arrived in a dark-coloured car and parked it in the residents' car park. 

After the assault, three of the suspects fled in the car in the direction of Atlas Road, while the fourth man made off on foot in the same direction. 

The 34-year-old man was taken to Glasgow Royal Infirmary to receive treatment for serious injuries. 

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The man has since been released from the hospital. 

Officers are appealing for information following the violent assault which they labelled as "completely unacceptable" behaviour. 

Extensive door-to-door searches are underway in the area as they hunt the suspects. 

The first suspect is described as white and of medium build, at the time of the assault, he was bare-chested, with black trousers and black trainers. 

Another of the suspects is white and was wearing a black hooded top and skip cap. 

The third man is described as white and wearing a Nike t-shirt and shorts. 

Detective Constable Andrew Barbour, from Maryhill CID, said: “This type of violent behaviour is completely unacceptable and officers are carrying out extensive door-to-door and CCTV enquiries to trace those responsible.

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“We know that there were members of the public around the area at the time and are appealing for people to please come forward, whether you have seen the assault take place or the vehicle used by the suspects.

“Our enquiries have so far shown a large volume of private and commercial vehicles traveling along the street at the time, so please review any dashcam footage and contact Police Scotland."

Anyone with information is urged to call Police on 101, quoting incident 2425 of 28 May. Alternatively, you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, if you wish to remain anonymous.”