A man was shot dead on a Glasgow street when police launched an investigation into the murder.
John McGregor, 44; There was an explosion At a nearby range in Milton – but initially doctors rescued him after performing open heart surgery on the street Thursday evening.
But police have now revealed that the father of five has died at the hospital.
They consider his death a murder and have launched a major investigation.
Officials also say it was a targeted attack.
The investigation team is also looking into the possibility of a vehicle being involved in the incident.
At around 9.50pm on Thursday night, a white Vauxhall caravan van caught fire on Cumbernold’s Ativo Crescent.
“I want to appeal directly to the community and the wider public who have information that can help,” said Raymond Brown, Detective Superintendent of Police Scotland’s Major Investigation Team and Senior Investigating Officer.
“There were people on the street at the time of the attack, including small children, and I would tell people to think about it if they are still reluctant to come forward. We need your help to solve it.” Is required.
“I would ask anyone to contact us about the incident on West Ray Street, or the car van that was found later that night.
“I would appeal to any motorist in either of these areas who has dashcam footage to contact us.
“Any information, no matter how small, can be important.”
The spies have set up an online portal to encourage members of the public to gather information.
The Major Incident Public Portal (MIPP) is a website that gives the public access to a form so they can send and access information directly to important event teams at the Scottish Crime Campus.
Police can also be contacted by calling 101 and referring to incident number 3276 of Thursday, August 26, 2021.