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Emergency teams including the bomb squad are still on the scene of a Glasgow flat as 80 residents have been evacuated.

Cops were called to a property on Altyre Street in the city's Shettleston shortly after 5pm on Monday where they discovered potentially hazardous materials.

Around 80 people living in the area were evacuated from their homes as a precaution while investigations were carried out to determine what the materials are.

These people have been housed in emergency accommodation where required. 

Residents have been allowed to return home - update HERE

Police cordons are in place and Altyre Street, Dalness Street, Ard Street and Trainard Avenue remain closed.

There has been an update on the road closures HERE. 

Officers are urging people to avoid the area.

Chief Superintendent Alan Waddell said: “Our enquiries are at an early stage but I would like to reassure the local community that the significant multi-agency response to this incident will continue overnight.

“I would like to thank those affected for their cooperation and advise that everything is being done to allow those evacuated back into their homes as soon as it is safe to do so.

“This incident has caused disruption to many people and I would urge members of the public to avoid the area at this time.”