A NIGHT-TIME "disturbance" near a Glasgow park sparked a police response earlier this week.

Officers say they were called to the incident in the Torphin Walk area near Greenfield Park in the city's East End on Wednesday, April 10.

The force say they were called to an alleged disturbance shortly after 8pm.

Emergency crews then attended the scene and a group of people were dispersed.

No injuries were reported during the incident.

Police say advice was given out and there was no further action.

During the situation, a local resident shared an image on social media showing several police units and officers in the area.

A spokesperson for Police Scotland said: “Around 8.30pm on April 10, we were called to a report of a disturbance in the Torphin Walk area, Glasgow.

“Officers attended and the group dispersed. Nobody was injured during the incident.

“Advice was given and there was no further police action."