A automotive was pushed intentionally at a person in Glasgow in what’s being handled as tried homicide.
The occupants of a white Seat Toledo drove up Castlemilk Highway in King’s Park and stopped in entrance of a parked automotive at round 10.30pm on Wednesday June 2.
They then received out and vandalised the automobile, a black Audi Q7, earlier than getting again into the Toledo and driving off.
When a person got here out to see what injury had been performed to the Audi, the individual driving the Seat turned the automotive round and drove in direction of him.
He jumped out of the best way of the automobile and was unhurt.
Officers are treating the incident as tried homicide.
Police have appealed for witnesses (inventory pic)
Detective Constable Matt Potter stated: “I’m interesting to anybody who was within the space across the time of the incident.
“Specifically, I’d ask motorists and taxi drivers with dashcams to examine their footage as they could have captured a picture of the Seat Toledo and the picture may help us in figuring out these concerned.
“Any small piece of knowledge may show very important and I’d ask folks to go on what they know.”
Police Scotland stated there may be restricted data on the occupants of the Seat, however they’re male and white.
Officers have no idea how many individuals had been within the automobile and they’re reviewing CCTV photos for any additional particulars which may help inquiries.
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