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A number of road closures that were put in place in Glasgow's East End have been removed.

We previously reported that 999 crews and the explosives ordnance disposal (EOD) team had been called to a flat in Altyre Street, Shettleston on Monday evening.

UPDATE: Residents have been allowed to return home. 

This was due to the discovery of potentially hazardous materials.

Around 80 local residents were evacuated and the following roads were closed while investigations are being carried out:

Altyre Street from Tollcross Road to Fairholm Street

Trainard Avenue from Wellshot Road to Dalness Street

Dalness Street from Trainard Avenue to Ard Street

Ard Street from Dalness Street to Altyre Street

Fairholm Street from Wellshot Road to Altyre Street

Wellshot Road from the entrance to The Tollcross Leisure Centre to Fairholm Street

As of around 7am, the closures have been lifted but a police presence remains on the scene.

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.”