A THUG jailed for attacking two men in Knightswood has been caught after allegedly absconded from prison.

Sean Bonar was sentenced to six year in 2016 for assaulting two men with a baseball bat.

At the High Court in Glasgow, he admitted assaulting one to the danger of his life and another to his permanent disfigurement.

Judge Lord Bannatyne told Bonar at the time: "You are a significant risk to the general public."

Police yesterday issued an alert that Bonar, 29, had breached the terms of his licence while on home leave from HMP Castle Huntly on April 8. They warned he should not be approached.

This morning however, they said Bonar had been traced in Glasgow and arrested.

Police Scotland added: "We would like to thank the public for their assistance."

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Bonar had turned up at a flat in Knightswood in January 2016 when he launched the revenge attacks on the men. One of them suffered a potentially fatal brain injury.

As well as using the bat, he also punched and kicked both victims during the horrific double assault.

Bonar was later found with blood on his trousers, socks and phone.

As well as a six-year jail term, he was ordered to be monitored for four years in the community after his release.