Police have charged two 16-year-old boys after fireworks were shot at a police car in Bishopbriggs on Bonfire Night.

Officers responded to more than 25 reports of 'firework misuse' in the town over a two-hour period on Tuesday evening.

Residents reportedly complained over the explosives being fired at cars, windows and members of the public.

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However, police were then targeted with a barrage of fireworks when they arrived to probe the calls.

Two teenagers have since been arrested in connection with the attacks.

One 16-year-old was charged for firing rockets at police cars and officers.

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A second was slapped with a lesser charge of being in possession of a firework.

Police and fire crews across the country responded to hundreds of calls relating to firework-based disorder.

Crews in Glasgow were reportedly attacked six times in 'warzonelike' conditions.