A hunt has been launched for suspects after a 'shockingly unprovoked and random' attack in Glasgow.

Two men were walking along Maryhill Road in the city's North on Saturday afternoon when they were set upon by two assailants, who assaulted and robbed them. 

The incident occurred at around 5.10pm between the junctions of Northpark Street and Garscube Road.

One of the men, aged 34, was taken to Glasgow Royal Infirmary for treatment and later discharged.

The other man, aged 20 was not hurt.

Cops are now looking for two men who fled the scene on foot on Northpark Street.

Detective Sergeant Stephen Palmer of CID said: “This appears to have been a shockingly unprovoked and random attack.

“We are keen to trace two men; one is described as slim, wearing grey shorts, a black hooded jumper, and dark trainers.

"The second man is described as having dark hair, of medium build, and wearing black shorts, a black T-shirt, and white trainers.

"We're asking for anyone who witnessed the incident or has any information to please come forward.

"We would also like to hear from any motorists with dash-cam footage; you may have captured something that could assist our investigation.”

Anyone who can help is urged to call 101 quoting reference 3834 of June 17.

Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 if you wish to remain anonymous.