Glasgow headlines 29 March: Local American football team has over £5000 worth of jerseys stolen

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The latest news in Glasgow on 28 March

The Glasgow-based amateur American Football team, the East Kilbride Pirates, were left devastated after over £5000 worth of jerseys were stolen.

They were inside the head coach’s truck which was stolen from his home in Whiteinch.

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Police have now launched an investigation, and is asking anyone with information to come forward.

Next, Six By Nico is opening a new restaurant in Bearsden where all profits will go to the Beatson children’s cancer charity.

The new project named Beat 6 is set to open on 21 April and will invite customers to ‘Dine to Donate’, offering a monthly rotating 4-course set menu.

And finally, Ed Sheeran visited Glasgow’s newest record shop on Sauchiehall Street ahead of his show at the OVO Hydro.

The A Team singer revealed to his 40 million Instagram followers that he had left his last remaining Eyes Closed single CDs at Assai Records.

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