CELTIC starlet Ciaran Dickson has been arrested after a teenager was killed in an alleged hit-and-run.
The footie ace, 19, was nicked by cops after Aidan Pilkington, 18, was discovered severely injured in Crow Road, Glasgow, in the early hours of Saturday morning.
He was rushed to the town’s Queen Elizabeth University Hospital at spherical 12.20am nonetheless couldn’t be saved.
Police launched an enchantment in relation to the alleged incident and officers talked a couple of motor had been traced yesterday.
Dickson — who performs for the Celtic B crew — was arrested on Sunday and launched pending additional investigation.
The midfielder, of Erskine, Renfrewshire, made his debut for Rangers closing season and was handed a three-year deal in January.
But after a shock summer season season exit from Ibrox, the Scotland Under-19 cap was snapped up by rivals Celtic earlier this month.
Yesterday, Aidan’s shattered household instructed of their ache and revealed how he had think about to maneuver to Dundee for school subsequent week.
They talked about: “Aidan was treasured by his household, and correctly beloved and revered by his buddies and group.
“Aidan left Hyndland Secondary School in the summer season season, and was going to be shifting to Dundee subsequent Saturday to attend Dundee University.
“He created a shiny future for himself and was really making an attempt ahead to those alternate choices and challenges.
“It may be very merciless that he has been robbed of his life in this manner.
“The family would like to thank friends, in particular Aidan’s friends, and the wider community, for their love, support, and kindness.”
Shocked friends furthermore paid tribute to the favored teen on social media as info of the tragedy unfold.
A GoFundMe web internet web page manage by Aidan’s devastated colleagues at McDonald’s has raised larger than £7,000.
Sergeant Scott Sutherland, from the Road Policing Unit, talked about: “A 19-year-old man has been arrested in reference to this incident.
“He’s been launched pending additional investigation.
“We would like to thank everyone who has got in touch with us so far regarding the appeal, and urge anyone who has information, but has yet to contact us.”
A spokesman for Celtic FC declined to remark.
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