A MAN has been charged after 'potentially hazardous substances' were allegedly found at a property in Glasgow.

We previously reported that officers raced to an address on Old Shettleston Road in the city's East End at 2.20pm on Monday, February 5, after receiving a report of concern for a person.

Following that, police reportedly discovered a quantity of potentially hazardous substances within the property.

During the incident, the area was locked down by cops. Local road closures were put in place until 11pm on Monday evening.

It is believed cops remained at the property on Tuesday, February 6, following the incident.

Now, a 42-year-old man has been charged in connection with the discovery of potentially hazardous substances.

He is set to appear in court today.

Police have said the investigation into the incident is continuing.