Train services were left disrupted after a police incident at Glasgow Queen Street station last night.

ScotRail said services to and from the station were subject to delay, revision, or cancellation due to an emergency incident shortly after 9.30pm on Easter Sunday (March 31).

During the situation, the travel firm said police were dealing with an incident at the busy station in the city centre.

However, shortly before 10.30pm, ScotRail said the disruption caused by the incident had ended.

Currently, it is unclear what the incident was or if anyone was injured.

The British Transport Police has been contacted for comment.