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Police have launched a murder inquiry after the death of a man in Glasgow on Thursday 22nd April. Craig Shaw, 45, was found dead in a flat in Jedworth Road, Drumchapel, Glasgow at about 1800 hrs .Police Scotland said officers were carrying out door-to-door inquiries in the local area following the discovery of Mr Shaw's body.

Details of Incident

DCI Cameron Miller, from the Major Investigation Team, said officers would remain in the local area to address any concerns from the public.


"I would ask the public to support our ongoing investigation by getting in touch if they have any information at all that could assist us," he added.

"Inquiries so far confirm Mr Shaw was well known locally, and my team and I are particularly interested in speaking to anyone who may have been in the Jedworth Road area between 0800 hrs on Wednesday, 21 April, and 1800 hrs on Thursday, 22 April.


"If anyone remembers seeing or speaking to Mr Shaw, please contact us."


DCI Miller also appealed to anyone who may have CCTV or other footage they thought would be relevant to contact police.


"Although our investigation is in the very early stages, I believe the answer to why Mr Shaw was murdered lies within the local community," he added

Contact Information

Police Scotland are appealing for any information including photographs, CCTV or dashcam footage that may support our investigation into this incident, Anyone who has any information in connection with the incident can contact Police on either 101, Incident Room 0141 305 4551, Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or alternatively by submitting information via the link at the bottom of this page.