Five young men have been arrested following a riot in Glasgow city centre.
The disorder happened at the Queen Street and Royal Exchange Square area in at around 3.50am on Friday.
Strathclyde Police said several vehicles had been damaged during the alleged "mobbing and rioting".
Two 19-year-old men, a 17-year-old boy and men aged 21 and 22 have all been arrested in connection with the incident.
They are all currently detained in police custody and are expected to appear in Glasgow Sheriff Court.
Strathclyde Police said enquiries are continuing into the rioting to identify "others involved in the disturbance".
There were no reports of injuries during the incident.
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