'Loads of police' were searching a Glasgow street after being called out to an 'incident'.

Officers swarmed Maryhill Road on Monday evening following reports of a disturbance.

The force says they were also made aware of a man with an injury.

Reports on the community group no1seems2care claimed a shop was cordoned off with police tape and that 'loads of police' were 'walking about'. 

When cops arrived at the scene, they searched the area and carried out door-to-door enquiries. 

They found no trace of an incident or any people involved in a disturbance. 

No one was found injured. 

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Around 9.40pm on Monday, 15 January, officers were called to a report of a disturbance and a man with a possible injury on Maryhill Road, Glasgow.

"Officers attended, searched the area and carried out enquiries at local addresses after checking CCTV, but there was no trace of anyone involved or further reports of any incident."