Police appeal after ‘potential firearm’ used at property

Officers have launched an investigation into the incident on Wednesday morning.

Police appeal after ‘potential firearm’ used at property Police Scotland

Police have appealed for witnesses after a “potential firearm” was discharged at a property in Paisley.

The incident happened around 1.30am on Wednesday, December 30, in the Glencoats Drive Area.

No one was injured but an investigation is ongoing, including a review of CCTV and door-to-door enquiries.

Detective inspector Ian Ross said: “While our enquiries are at an early stage, it is believed that there was a potential firearm discharged.

“I would appeal to anyone who was in the area around the time of the incident to contact police.

“I would also ask anyone who has private CCTV to check the footage for anything of significance which may assist our enquiries. If you were driving in the area and your car is equipped with a dashcam I would also ask you to check the footage too.

“Patrols will be carried out by uniformed officers in the area to provide reassurance while we continue with our investigation.”

Anyone with information should contact police on 101.