Rutherglen, Scotland – The murder of 61-year-old Ann Coll has shaken the community after she was found dead in her first-floor flat just three days before Christmas. Authorities have confirmed that Coll was bludgeoned to death, and are currently conducting a murder investigation in the area between Rutherglen and Toryglen, Glasgow.
Coll’s last known movements were captured on CCTV, showing her walking her dog and buying cigarettes at a local shop on the morning of December 19. The footage, obtained by local news sources, has provided crucial information for the investigation. It is one of the last known sightings of Coll before her tragic death.
Following a post-mortem examination, it was determined that Coll’s injuries were the result of blunt-force trauma. Police Scotland’s Major Investigation Team has launched a murder probe and is urging anyone with information to come forward. Detective Chief Inspector Lynsey Watters emphasized the importance of community cooperation in assisting with the investigation.
In response to the murder, officers have conducted door-to-door inquiries and gathered CCTV footage from local doorbell cameras. Authorities are providing support to Coll’s family during this difficult time and are urging the public to report any suspicious activity in the area.
The senseless killing of Ann Coll has deeply affected the community, and police are determined to bring the perpetrator to justice. As the investigation continues, the police presence in the area will be heightened, and individuals are encouraged to speak with officers if they have any information relevant to the case.