World news – GB – Cops hunt knife maniac as gangland figure stabbed to death in Pollok


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COPS were last night hunting a knife maniac after a gangland figure was stabbed to death in a horrific blade attack. 

The victim, named locally as Omar Sadiq, was found in a pool of blood on a main road yesterday afternoon in Pollok, Glasgow – just yards from busy Silverburn Shopping Centre. 

Cops stood guard next to a plush £25,000 Audi motor, which had been abandoned at the side of road, with its hazard lights still flashing. 

It is thought he may have been in the car before stumbling into the road for help. 

A source said: “Omar was a well-known figure and had links to some serious and dangerous individuals.”

Cops said the alarm was raised at 1.25pm and the blood-soaked man was rushed to hospital.

A first aid kit, blood-splattered tissues and medical gloves were strewn across the road in the aftermath of the incident.

A Police Scotland spokesman said: « We received a report of a man seriously injured on Boydstone Road, Glasgow, around 1.25pm on Tuesday, 15 September.

« The 32-year-old man was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital where he died a short time later.

« Enquiries are ongoing and anyone with information about the incident should contact us on 101 quoting incident number 1615 of 15 September. »

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