Some 26 residents in a Glasgow neighbourhood have still not been allowed home after being evacuated by bomb squads on Monday.
Police were called to reports of a suspicious device in a flat on Petershill Road, Springburn, just after 10am on April 17.
Explosive Ordnance Disposal personnel removed a “suspect item from the property” and a 50-year-old man was arrested and charged.
He is due to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court on Wednesday.
Road closures were put in place in the surrounding area and buildings were evacuated.
Glasgow City Council confirmed on Wednesday that it was supporting 26 residents as searches continued in the area.
A spokesperson said: “We are supporting 26 affected residents by providing alternative accommodation while the Police Scotland operation continues.”
The 26 residents being supported in hotel accommodation by Glasgow City Council are understood to be tenants at properties managed by NG Homes.
The firm said Springburn Leisure Centre was available to any tenants or owners who stay in a property within the evacuation area.
Police said officers would carry out further searches of the area on Wednesday and would remain at the scene.
Road closures are still in place, with partial road closures on Petershill Road, Red Road, Oatfield Street and Dykemuir Street in the Springburn area.
A further update is expected at around 2.30pm on Wednesday, following a multi-agency meeting.
A statement by NG Homes said: “Springburn Leisure Centre will continue to be available to any tenants or owners who stay in a property within the evacuation area – hot food, tea, coffee, and light refreshments are available as well as hygiene products.
“Glasgow City Council staff are on hand at the Springburn Leisure Centre to provide support and assistance.”