A TEENAGER has been charged in relation to malicious call to a Glasgow primary school.

Police Scotland confirmed a 14-year-old has been charged in connection with making the call to Corpus Christi Primary School, in Knightswood.

The incident occurred on Wednesday, May 11.

On Thursday, we reported pupils from were evacuated from their classrooms after the school received a threatening call.

Officers had rushed to Corpus Christi shortly after midday after the call was made.

Searches were carried out before children returned to their classes.

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The force has been investigating the incident and trying to trace who was responsible for making the call.

Now, Police Scotland is also saying they are following a positive line of enquiry to another malicious call made to St Thomas Aquinas School in Glasgow on Thursday, May 22.

The secondary school, in Broomhill, was also evacuated and a search carried out before pupils were allowed to resume classes.