THERE is no evidence to suggest a gun was fired in a Possilpark lane, police have said as they continue to probe the incident. 

We told yesterday how a lane behind Home Bargains, off Stronend Street had been taped off as officers guarded the scene after reports of a "possible disturbance". 

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Glasgow Times:

Police were also reportedly stopping and searching vehicles in nearby Balmore Road. The force confirmed they were carrying out investigations in the street but refused to comment on specifics. 

Forensic officers were pictured combing the scene and entering a neighbouring garage, in photographs published by the Scottish Sun.

Glasgow Times:

Now a spokesman for the force has said that, while an investigation was ongoing, there was "nothing to suggest a firearm was discharged in the area". 

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Glasgow Times:

He added: "We were made aware of a possible disturbance at a property on Stronend Street in Glasgow during the afternoon of Tuesday, April 6.

Glasgow Times:

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"Nobody has been injured and a police investigation is ongoing to establish the full circumstances."

“Police enquiries are ongoing however there is nothing to suggest a firearm was discharged in the area.”