POLICE have revisited the scenes of two shootings which they believe to be linked a week later.

Officers were in Lenzie last night, a week after a shot was fired at a car being driven by a 33-year-old man.

It took place at 8.45pm in Langmuirhead Road.

The second incident took place around three hours later, at Kenley Road in Renfrew, where a firearm was discharged at the window of a flat.

Nobody was injured during either incident.

Detectives understand that the attacks were targeted, carried out by the same people and may have involved more than one vehicle.

Detective Chief Inspector Martin Fergus, from Police Scotland’s Major Investigation Team (WEST), said: “It is absolutely vital that anyone who was in either area exactly one week ago, and may have noticed anything suspicious, comes forward to assist with our investigation. Officers will be stopping pedestrians and motorists and asking them to consider whether they saw or heard something out of the ordinary.

“Perhaps someone heard a loud noise which could have been a gun shot or saw people running away or vehicles making off at speed. Were there any vehicles that seemed out of place waiting around either area? Even the slightest piece of information could prove vital to helping us find out who is behind these reckless and dangerous acts.

“The criminals responsible showed complete and utter disregard for the people they targeted and have no place in our communities. I would appeal to anyone with information to please pass this on to Police Scotland’s Major Investigation Team (West) via 101.”