A man who was found badly hurt at a bus shelter in Glasgow at the weekend has died in hospital.
Emergency services attended Garscube Road in the Cowcaddens area of the city around 7.10am on Saturday.
A 59-year-old was taken to Glasgow Royal Infirmary, where he later died.
Detectives are investigating the circumstances surrounding the man’s death and have been piecing together his movements in the early hours of Saturday.
Police have made an appeal for people, who have been seen on CCTV helping the man, to come forward.
The man was seen falling at the junction of Renfield Street on West George Street around 3.30am on Saturday.
At this point, three people assisted him – two wearing dark clothing and one wearing light clothing. The man then walked away along Renfield Street.
The man was later spotted standing at a bus shelter on Garscube Road, near Dundasvale Court, around 5.25am.
In a five-minute period, three further men interacted with him.
One of these men assisted the man into the bus shelter and another of the men appears to have attempted to phone a taxi for the injured man before boarding a number 60 First Bus service.
Detective inspector Iain Nelson said: “Since our initial appeal, the man has died in hospital and it’s crucial we find out what happened to him earlier that morning.
“I am appealing to the three people who interacted with him when he fell at the junction of Renfield Street and the three people who interacted with him at the bus shelter on Garscube Road to contact police as a matter of urgency, as they could have vital information which could assist with our enquiries.
“I would also ask anyone who was driving in these areas in the early hours of Saturday to review their dash-cam footage and report anything which may be of use to us.”
Anyone with information should contact police on 101.