EASTER weekend brought a spate of crime to Glasgow this year.

A number of incidents were reported as the city enjoyed the bank holiday weekend in the sun.

A murder investigation was launched into the death of 33-year-old Anthony Ferns, who was pronounced dead at the scene after a disturbance in Thornliebank's Roukenburn Street on Thursday night.

On Friday, an 18-year-old man was rushed to Hairmyres Hospital where he remains in a serious but stable condition after being seriously assaulted in Castlemilk.

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The teen was seen being chased through a playground near to the Jeely Piece Club just off Machrie Drive around 11.25pm by a group of men wearing balaclavas.

Just hours earlier, two 16-year-olds, a boy and a girl, were seriously assaulted by a group of teenagers in Kelvingrove Park.

The young boy sustained facial injuries leaving him with permanent facial scarring and was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

Again on Friday, a 17 year-old man received a serious leg injury after a disturbance in Fernhill.

Around 6.50pm police were called to a report of a large group of young men involved in a brawl near to Burnside Road in Fernbrae Meadows.

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The teen was taken to Hairmyres Hospital for treatment.

Around 10.10pm on Friday, a man was bundled into a van and assaulted before being left at the side of a road in East Kilbride.

The 26 year-old got off a bus on Calderwood Road and made his way onto Cantieslaw Drive, towards the junction with Drummond Hill.

He was then grabbed by two or three men who put a bag over his head, pulled him into a van, assaulted and knocked him unconscious.

When he came to he found himself next to the A725 expressway heading towards East Kilbride.

It's not known how long he was within the van or how long he was unconscious for.

It's described as a white Ford van that appeared new, with a silver or grey roof rack.

The suspects are described as having local accents.

Around 2.40pm on Friday, a 25-year-old man was standing on Balmoral Street at the junction with Earl Street when a bottle was thrown from an overhead cycle path bridge.

He was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital where he was treated for a head injury.

The suspect is described as white, around 16-17 years-old, and around 5ft 7 of slim build.

He was wearing white trainers, bright orange trousers, a yellow t-shirt and a yellow skip hat.

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While, yesterday, a 28-year-old man was attacked and stabbed in Egilsay Street, Milton, by four men.

He was taken by ambulance to the Glasgow Royal Infirmary where he remains in serious but stable condition.

Cops are now hunting the four suspects, who were spotted exiting a white car, are described as all white men, believed to be in their late 20s to early 40s, wearing dark clothing.

The attack is being treated as attempted murder.