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Man stabbed after row in bookies

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Police are asking anyone who saw anything to come forward

A man received serious injuries when he was stabbed after an argument at a Glasgow bookmakers.

Strathclyde Police are appealing for information after the 27-year-old man was attacked at the premises on Battlefield Road in the city.

The incident happened at about 1300 BST on Saturday at William King and Sons.

He is being treated for stab wounds in the Glasgow Victoria Infirmary, where staff describe his condition as serious.

Police are carrying out inquiries to trace the two men responsible.

One is described as white, 25 to 30, 6ft tall with a stocky build, very short light hair, clean shaven and wearing a jumper with light blue and dark blue stripes, jeans and white trainers.

The other is said to be white, about 25, 5ft 7in tall with a medium build, short dark brown hair and wearing a black tracksuit top and black tracksuit bottoms.

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