ARMED police arrested a man in Glasgow, minutes from the COP26 conference venue.
The 43-year-old was arrested on Breadalbane Street in connection with suspected gun offenses after police raided Argyle Street property with a search warrant.
The man had previously been arrested on Argyle Street and charged with public order violation following a COP26 event earlier this month.
He appeared before Glasgow Sheriff Court on Sunday and was released on bail.
Witnesses saw unmarked police BMWs surround a dark Volkswagen on Breadalbane Street before the man was arrested.
A Scottish Police spokesperson said: ‘A 43-year-old man was arrested on Argyle Street, Glasgow on 6 November and charged with an alleged breach of public order in connection with a COP26 event earlier this month.
âHe appeared before Glasgow Sheriff Court on Sunday and was released on bail.
“The man was further arrested today on Breadalbane Street, Glasgow, in connection with suspected firearms offenses following a search warrant executed at an address on Argyle Street and investigations are underway. Classes.”
Police added that at this point the firearms offenses are unrelated to Cop26 and that there have been no terrorism-related charges.