Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has claimed a group of men have been trying to intimidate voters in Dumfries and Galloway.
The Glasgow MSP took to Twitter to say she had heard reports of people being turned away from Annan polling station if they did not show support for a particular party.
Disturbing reports of people being turned away from an Annan polling station by burly blokes if they say they don't support a certain party.
— Ruth Davidson (@RuthDavidsonMSP) May 7, 2015
A spokesman for the police confirmed an investigation was under way.
He said: “Police Scotland is aware of the Tweet from Ruth Davidson and is looking into the matter.”
Dumfries and Galloway council however said there had been no problems at the polling station.
— D&G Council (@dgcouncil) May 7, 2015