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Shocked residents found man 'saturated in blood' on doorstep after Glasgow 'shooting'

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Shocked residents on a street where an alleged ' shooting ' took place found the victim covered in blood after he banged on their door for help.

The 31-year-old man was discovered with serious injuries at the scene in Barony Drive, in Glasgow's Baillieston area, in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Police have been guarding the area throughout Saturday, with a cordon erected sealing off the street. Forensic officers also arrived on the scene this afternoon to conduct further inquiries.One man who knows residents on the street told the Record the victim was “saturated” in blood.Asking to remain anonymous due to the seriousness of the incident, he said: “Shorty after 12 they heard a bang but they thought it was a car backfiring.“Five minutes later there was banging at the front door and there was a chap there saturated in blood.“They think he had been shot in the left arm but aren’t sure as he was holding his arm over the wound and blood was pouring down his right arm.“They phoned an ambulance and police, then another neighbour came over and wrapped a towel around his arm.

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