POLICE are investigating a break-in at a care home in Carntyne in the city's East End. 

Officers were spotted alongside Myreside Street last night.

A resident told the Glasgow Times that police dogs were at the scene and officers could be seen searching the area. 

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Glasgow Times:

Police, however, said that they only have a report of a break-in at a care home which happened in the early hours of this morning - hours after pictures were taken off cops searching the area.

The force confirmed that it is believed some cash was taken during the raid.

A Police Scotland spokesman said: "We received a report of a break-in at a care home on Myreside Street, Glasgow, around 2.40 am on Wednesday, June 17. 

"It's believed a quantity of cash was stolen and enquiries are ongoing."