Witnesses are being sought by police after a man was found injured on the Clydeside Expressway in Glasgow.
Emergency services were alerted after reports of the man being found close to the Riverside Museum.
Officers said the man’s injuries are consistency with having been assaulted.
One of the lanes on the expressway was closed for a short time after the man was found, but it reopened at around 2.30pm.
He was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital for treatment where police have said he remains in a stable condition.
Detective Sergeant Vincent Smith, of Drumchapel CID, said: “Enquiries are ongoing to establish the circumstances leading to the man being assaulted.
“We are keen to talk to anyone who might have been in the area and saw anything which they think might be relevant.
“Likewise, anyone who might have been driving and recording via a dashcam device I would urge you to please check your system for anything of relevance”.