TRIBUTES have poured in for a man who was found dead in a Drumchapel home last week.

Craig Shaw, 45, was found at a property on Jedworth Road at around 5.55pm on Thursday. 

A murder inquiry is underway. 

Friends and local residents have paid tribute to Craig, who was described as a neighbour as "lovely" and "harmless".

One person said: "Such a cracking wee guy, did no harm to anyone and always had time for a chat. Thinking of Craig's family at this sad time." 

Another added: "RIP Craig. So sad and shocked to hear this. You were some boy." 

One person wrote: "Heartbreaking. Thinking of his family, he was a wee harmless soul." 

Another said: "Omg this is so sad, such a nice guy to me and my daughter. RIP Craig, thoughts are with the family."

Someone commented: "So sad. RIP Craig, and hope you get justice, you didn't deserve to leave us this way, condolances to the family GBNF."

Another added: "So sad, was a nice guy, harmless. RIP Craig. Thinking of his family."

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Detective Chief Inspector Cameron Miller of the Major Investigation Team said: "A murder inquiry has been launched to identify the person or people responsible for the death of Mr Shaw.

“I would ask people to support our ongoing investigation by getting in touch if they have any information at all that could assist us.

"Enquiries so far confirm Mr Shaw was well known locally, and my team and I are particularly interested in speaking to anyone who may have been in the Jedworth Road area around 8am on Wednesday, April 21, and 6pm on Thursday, April 22.

“If anyone remembers seeing or speaking to Mr Shaw, please contact us.

"I would also appeal to anyone who may have CCTV, or any other footage they think could be relevant, to please make us aware.

"Although our investigation is in the very early stages, I believe the answer to why Mr Shaw was murdered lies within the local community."

Anyone who has any information is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101, quoting reference number 2750 of Thursday, April 22.

Alternatively, information can be passed anonymously through the charity Crimestoppers, who can be contacted on 0800 555 111.