PASSENGERS in Glasgow have faced disruption to train services passing through a station in the city centre this morning, after an episode of vandalism.

The doors to Charing Cross station have been damaged during the night, ScotRail confirmed.

Staff were unable to access the station on Thursday morning.

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Due to the incident, trains running through Charing Cross did not stop there for a few hours and the station was closed to passengers.

The company warned customers on Twitter.

A tweet read: "Due to vandalism at Charing Cross, trains are having to pass through the station without stopping."

A ScotRail spokesperson said: "The main entrance doors were vandalised at Charing Cross, and staff were unable to access.

"Passengers are advised to travel to and from Queen Street Low Level.

"Currently services from Balloch to Airdrie and Helensburgh to Edinburgh via Bathgate are not calling at Charing Cross."

In an update, ScotRail said the station has reopened and services have returned to normal.

The British Transport Police has also been approached for comment.