A supermarket in Glasgow has been temporarily closed after a fire over the bank holiday weekend.
Morrisons, in the city’s Crossmyloof area, has been shut to customers following a small electrical fire within the store on Saturday, May 6.
The supermarket chain took to social media where they confirmed that no one was injured as a result of the incident.
They also revealed they would be closed until further notice whilst repairs were carried out.
A spokesperson for the supermarket said: “There was a small electrical fire at our Crossmyloof store in Glasgow over the weekend but thankfully, no one was hurt.
“The store remains closed for now whilst we carry out repairs.”
A spokesperson for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “We were alerted at 9am on Saturday May 6 to reports of a fire within the switch room of a commercial building on Kirkwood Road, Glasgow.
“Operations Control immediately mobilised three appliances to extinguish an electrical cupboard fire on the second floor.
“There were no casualties and crews left the scene at 11.05am after ensuring the area was safe”.