A man has been charged in connection with a suspicious package which forced the evacuation of Buchanan bus station.
Passengers were rushed from the Glasgow terminus was at around midday on June 8 after an unknown cardboard box was found on the concourse of the building.
Surrounding areas were also cleared of passers-by while army bomb disposal experts rushed to the scene.
It was later found the package was not explosive and posed no risk to the public, however Police Scotland launched a bid to trace a man seen in the area with the item hours before the incident.
A 50-year-old man has since been charged and is due to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court in the near future.
He has since been released on undertaking, officers confirmed.
A spokesperson said: “A 50-year-old man has been charged in connection with an incident in Glasgow on Wednesday, June 8.
“Around 12.15pm officers responded to a report of a suspicious package at Buchanan Bus Station.
“He has been released on undertaking to appear at Glasgow Sherriff Court at a later date.”