A shop worker and customer were left "extremely shaken" following an armed robbery in Bearsden.

The incident took place at a convenience store on Monreith Avenue at around 1pm this afternoon.

Two men entered the shop and one man presented what was believed to be a handgun, demanding money from a member of staff. A three figure sum of cash was stolen.

Both men are described as around 5ft10inches - 6ft with a slim build.

The first man was wearing a dark grey Adidas tracksuit bottoms with blue stripes, dark grey hoodie with the hood up and a blue baseball cap.

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The second man was wearing a light grey tracksuit with the hood up.

They both wore a light coloured mask to cover their face.

Detective Sergeant Neil Guy, of Govan CID, said: "Nobody was injured but the staff member and a female customer were left extremely shaken.

"The men came from and headed back onto Stirling Avenue, towards the path leading to Henderland Road.

"If anyone has any information relating to this or saw anyone either before or shortly after the incident matching the descriptions, please contact us."

Anyone with information should contact police via 101 quoting incident number 1552 of October 4 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.