Man 'murdered with bow and arrow' in Dundee

Around 10 police cars and a forensics unit arrived on the road after neighbours called emergency services

Around 10 police cars and a forensics unit arrived on the road after neighbours called emergency services

A man has reportedly been killed with a crossbow after a house party spilled into the streets in Dundee on Sunday night, eyewitnesses have claimed.

Dressed from head-to-toe in white suits, forensic officers could seen to search bushes at the entrance of Dundonald Court as well as on Arklay Street itself. It has been reported that a second man sustained an arm injury. I saw a younger man, a teenager, being taken away by police.

A man has died after being shot with a bow and arrow, it is understood. The death is being treated as "suspicious".

A statement from Police Scotland read: "We can confirm that a man has died following a disturbance at Dundonald Court in Dundee yesterday at around 11.45pm".

Police described his death as suspicious and said officers are following a positive line of inquiry.

"Next of kin have been informed".

"One male patient was taken to Ninewells hospital while another male casualty refused treatment at the scene".

The incident took place at Dundonald Court - a modern block of flats on the corner of the city's Aklay Street and Dundonald Street - late on Sunday evening.

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