Four men were taken to hospital after they were found injured following an incident near a football ground in Glasgow.
Police and the ambulance service responded to the scene on Old Shettleston Road, near Chester Street, in the east of the city on Sunday.
At around 6.45am, three men, aged 21, 17 and 25, were found injured on the street and were taken to hospital.
Police investigated the disturbance near Shettleston Juniors FC grounds and a fourth man, aged 21, was found injured inside a flat on Old Shettleston Road.
All four are described by medical staff as in a “stable” condition.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Around 6.45am on Sunday, March 7, three men, aged 21, 17 and 35 years were found injured on Old Shettleston Road, near to Chester Street, Shettleston, Glasgow.
“Following enquiries, a fourth man, aged 21, was found injured with in a flat in Old Shettleston Road.
“All injured have been taken to local hospitals where medical staff describe their condition as stable.
“Enquiries are ongoing to establish the circumstances surrounding the incident.”