Police name Patrick Bradley as Greenock street killing victim

Patrick Bradley Patrick Bradley died after being found seriously injured in a Greenock street

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Police have released the name of a man who died following a disturbance in a street in Inverclyde.

He was Patrick Bradley. Officers said he was 29 and lived in the Greenock area.

A murder inquiry was launched after police were called to the incident in Wellington Street, Greenock, at about 01:15 on Friday.

Mr Bradley was found seriously injured at the scene and taken to Inverclyde Royal Hospital, where he later died.

Police have appealed for anyone who has information about the disturbance to get in touch.

Detectives are understood to be following a positive line of inquiry.

Full descriptions

A post mortem examination will take place to establish the exact cause of the man's death.

A second man, aged 37, was also injured as a result of the incident and was taken to Inverclyde Royal Hospital. His condition was said to be stable.

Speaking on Friday, Det Insp Una Maider of the major investigation team, said: "At this time, we believe that there were three or four people involved in the incident.

"Wellington Street is residential and there is no doubt that people would have either seen or heard the disturbance take place.

"Officers are carrying out door-to-door inquiries and checking CCTV in the area and a number of people have come forward to help us with our inquires however, at this time we do not have full descriptions of those involved."

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