A 21-year-old man was punched and kicked in a "brutal" robbery.
The victim required hospital treatment after he was assaulted and robbed near the Glasgow Gaelic School.
He was walking along Berkeley Street, which is also near the headquarters of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, at around 12.45am on Thursday when he was approached by two men.
He was hit by a bottle before he was kicked and punched on his head and body.
The two attackers stole the victim's wallet and his mobile phone. The 21-year-old was taken to hospital where he was given stitches to a head wound.
Constable Katy Allan of Strathclyde Police said: "This was an extremely frightening and brutal attack which has left the victim scarred. We are looking at CCTV footage and carrying out enquiries in the area.
"If you know anything that can help us catch the men responsible contact 0141 532 3036 or call Crimestoppers in confidence on 0800 555 111."
The two male suspects are aged between 18 and 23. They were wearing grey, hooded tracksuits and one of the attackers was also wearing a beige skip hat.
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