THREE men wanted in connection with the death of 15year-old Kriss Donald arrived in Scotland last night after being extradited from Pakistan.

Kriss was found dead in the east end of Glasgow in March last year, after being abducted near his home in Pollokshields.

He had been stabbed 13 times and set on fire while still alive.

Warrants for the arrest of the men, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, were issued last year and they were arrested in Pakistan in July.

The three, all in their twenties, agreed to be extradited to Britain to face trial and were handed to Strathclyde Police officers in Islamabad yesterday, and flown to Heathrow, where they were arrested over the death of Kriss and flown to Glasgow.

Last December, Daanish Zahid, 20, was convicted of the murder of Kriss and told he must serve a minimum of 17 years in prison.

All three men arrested yesterday are expected to appear in Glasgow Sheriff Court today.