UPDATED: Police investigate theft at All Saints on Buchanan Street

STAFF of a luxury fashion retailer called in the cops over fears their Buchanan Street store had been raided.

Police Scotland officers swooped into All Saints at around 8am this morning after the alarm was raised.

The Evening Times understands an open door prompted the staff to call the police. 

Calum Anderson-Docherty, store manager, said: “We came in this morning and the fire exit was open.

“The police are looking at CCTV now. Two vans came in with a police dog this morning.

"The building is a three storey, and there are loads of nooks and crannies in the building they were checking out. 

"We don’t know if anything has been taken yet.” 

The Evening Times understands that nothing was found on the store CCTV.

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A force spokeswoman said officers in attendance were carrying out enquiries to establish whether a crime had taken place. 

Glasgow's branch of All Saints is housed in the former Borders bookshop building in the heart of Buchanan Street.

The London-based fashion retailer has more than 200 stores across the world. 

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