THE discovery of a fake grenade forced a Glasgow station to close this lunchtime.
Police responded to reports of an ‘unexploded object’ on a canal path near Kelvindale station at 11:25 am.
Bomb disposal experts attended the scene and the device, which was not explosive, was dealt with.
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The station has now reopened to passengers.
A police spokesperson told The Evening Times that the object was a replica grenade, adding: “EOD [Explosive Ordnance Disposal] attended the scene and confirmed that it was not an explosive device.”