COPS are still hunting for men responsible for a sex attack on a woman at the city's TRNSMT music festival almost a month ago.

The force confirmed detectives are still investigating the sexual assault on the 32-year-old which happened in the Glasgow Green at around 10 pm on July 12 when headliner Stormzy took to the stage.

We previously reported that the woman was grabbed by one man and sexually assaulted by another as she made her way to the toilets, believed to be near the main stage.

Three men walking by shouted at the suspects who then ran off, leaving the woman to make her way back to her family and alert police.

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The suspects are both described as white, 6ft in height, of medium build and have dark hair. One was wearing a black t-shirt with a small logo on the front and the other a white t-shirt with black writing.

Police also previously said that they wanted to speak to the three men who stopped the attack.

A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: "Enquiries are ongoing."

Any information can be passed to Stewart CID via 101. Please quote incident 1094 of the 12 July 2019 when calling. Alternatively, information can be passed in confidence to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.