Two men have been jailed following the "violent death" of Darren Sinclair in Drumchapel last year.

The body of the 27-year-old was found on wasteland near to Kinfauns Drive on the morning of November 6, 2018.

Today, 35-year-old Joseph McIntyre was found guilty of his murder.

Robert Dunn, 20, was found convicted of culpable homicide.

The pair were on trial at the High Court in Glasgow for five weeks.

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Detective Superintendent Mark Bell of Police Scotland’s Major Investigation Team, said: “Darren was a vulnerable young man who was lured to his pre-planned and violent death. We welcome today's verdict.

“Darren was a father, son and brother and was much loved by his family. Nobody deserves to die in this way and we hope that today’s verdict will give the family some comfort in what has been a painful and distressing time for them.

“Officers worked on the investigation tirelessly leading to the arrest of McIntyre and Dunn, however I would like to take this opportunity to thank members of the public for their support in helping us piece together Mr Sinclair’s movements in the lead up to his death.”

Both men are due to be sentenced on 23 October 2019.