Police were forced to carry out a search at Glasgow's Queen Elizabeth University Hospital last night to investigate a potential 'bomb threat'.

Following a 'threatening phone call' regarding the hospital was made at 5 pm on Sunday evening, police and the hospital's security staff were quick to respond.

However, nothing suspicious was found and the call was deemed as 'not credible' and of 'no risk to the public'  

A police spokesperson said: "We received a report of a threatening phone call regarding Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, around 5pm on Sunday, 10 October.

"Officers responded and carried out enquiries alongside our partners at NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde.

"The threat was found to not be credible and no risk to the public was identified."