Police have launched an investigation after a shooting near a primary school in Glasgow.
The incident happened near St George’s Primary School, Penilee, just after 9am.
A spokeswoman for Police Scotland said: “At 9.05am this morning, police received reports of a firearm being discharged in the Penilee area.
“There is no threat to any pupils at the school.”
Police said they are carrying out extra patrols to reassure people in the area.
A spokeswoman for Glasgow City Council said a weapon had been discharged outside school grounds.
She said: “Pupils and staff are safe and the school is still open.
“All the pupils were in school at the time, the most important thing is everybody is safe.”
A large police presence remains outside the school.
Local councillor Alistair Watson said: “There was a gun discharged shortly after 9am this morning.
“Parents are worried about the safety of their children and the kids are the number one priority, to make sure they are safe.
“Penilee is a good area with lots of very good people here.
“I have to commend the police for their operation. They have been very on the ball with this incident.”