Cops concluded a search at a Glasgow funeral parlour into the storage and return of remains.

We reported yesterday that forensic officers were seen going into a branch of A Milne Funeral Directors in Springburn after several families reported allegations of ashes going missing and financial misconduct.

Now, police confirmed they concluded a search at the premises as part of a "detailed investigation".

They added: "enquiries are ongoing to establish any criminality".

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Detective Inspector Gerry Shovlin, Clydebank CID, said: "This is a very sensitive and emotive case and we recognise the upset and distress that families have experienced.

"Our investigation has been going on for several weeks now and will continue for some time, due to the level of enquiry that will need to be followed up.

"It is a complex inquiry that involves a number of agencies, but families can be reassured that the ashes of their loved ones are a priority and will be treated with the utmost respect."