HELENSBURGH police have launched an appeal for information after a man was injured in the town at the weekend.

Police say the 41-year-old presented himself to medical staff at the town's ambulance station in Granville Street, at the rear of the Victoria Integrated Care Centre, in the early hours of Sunday, November 26.

It's thought that he was injured in an incident at around 3am that morning in an unknown location in town.

He was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow for treatment to a head injury, and his condition was described as 'stable' after treatment.

According to police, the man is believed to have been involved in an altercation elsewhere in Helensburgh before this, although the location has yet to be established.

Detective Constable Iain Allison said: “We are working to establish where this man came to be injured, including carrying out door to door and CCTV enquiries.

“I would urge anyone who believes they may have information or who saw or heard a disturbance sometime on the evening of Saturday, November 25.

“Anyone who can help is asked to call 101, quoting reference 0109 of 26 November, 2023, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”