THE funeral of a Clydebank man who died while in custody at the town's police station is to take place on Wednesday.

Declan Gallacher took unwell within a cell at the Montrose Street station around 3.30am on December 23.

A fundraising drive set up to help raise cash to give the 24-year-old Celtic fan a "send off he deserves" broke the £3,000 target with the help of Hoops ace Leigh Griffiths, who donated £500.

Family and friends have been invited to pay their respects as he's laid to rest on Wednesday.

Demi Oneill, who is understood to be Declan's sister, took to Facebook to share the details of his funeral.

Mourners will gather for a service at St Mary's Chapel in Duntocher on January 9 before proceeding to Dalnottar Cemetery.

Father Milarvie, who will be conducting the service, said the family were coming to terms with their loss and hoped for privacy as they grieved.

Ms Oneill wrote: "For anyone who would like to attend to pay their respects to my brother Declan Gallacher, his funeral will be held on Wednesday 9th January at 9.30am at Saint Mary's in Duntocher then on to Dalnottar. Rest easy Dec."

Stacey Oneill wrote on the JustGiving page: "Our family would like to thank everyone who has donated to this page. It means a lot to all the family."