Scottish cold case: Man charged over death of a woman 35 years ago
A man has been charged in connection with the death of a woman in Glasgow 35 years ago. © PA Mary McLaughlin was last seen alive in Glasgow on 26 September 1984 Mary McLaughlin was last seen alive leaving a bar in the Hyndland area after a night out on 26 September 1984.The 58-year-old's body was found six days later in her home on Laurel Street in the Partick area of the city.Despite protracted inquiries at the time, no one was arrested or charged.On Thursday, Police Scotland said that the case was re-investigated and that a 58-year-old man has now been arrested and charged over her death.
THE body of a man has been found on a busy Glasgow city centre street as cops raced to lock down the road. "The police asked if we had seen or heard anything but I didn't until they showed up with sirens blaring." And officers confirmed the body of a man was found on the street .
Police in Glasgow are investigating after a man 's body was discovered in a street in Townhead. A Police Scotland spokeswoman confirmed: "At about 08:50, the body of a 39-year-old man was discovered in Kennedy Street , Townhead."
The body of a man has been found in a street incity centre.
to Royal Exchange Court at around 9.20am on Saturday.
A man in his 40s was found dead at the scene.
Police are treating the death as unexplained.
The lane has been cordoned off while police remain in the area.
A spokesperson forsaid: “We are treating his death as ‘unexplained’ and our enquiries are at an early stage at this moment in time.”
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It is not yet known if anyone has been injured. The cause of the fire is yet to be confirmed. A police cordon has been placed on Seaward Street blocking the entire road. The road connects Paisley Road to the M8 slip road and the turn off at Kinning Park, causing havoc for early-morning commuters. Disruption is expected to continue into rush hour.