Residents have been allowed to return to their homes after a bomb disposal squad were called to deal with a “suspicious item”.
The team removed the item which was discovered in the early hours of Friday at Summerfield Street, off Dalmarnock Road in Glasgow.
Several streets were closed off as a precaution but later reopened at 4.30pm.
Police Scotland said there was no threat to the wider public.
A spokesman said: “Following an ongoing police inquiry, a suspicious item was discovered at an address on Summerfield Street, off Dalmarnock Road, Glasgow around 4.30am on Friday.
“The item required EOD (explosive ordnance disposal) assessment who attended and safely removed the item from the property. There is no threat to the wider public.
“As a precaution, nearby residents were evacuated from their properties and have since been allowed to return to their homes.
“All roads surrounding the area have been reopened and there are no injuries.
“Inquiries are ongoing into the incident.”
A Royal Navy spokesman previously said: “I can confirm that a Royal Navy bomb disposal team from Northern Diving Group, based at HM Naval Base Clyde, are attending the scene in support of Police Scotland.”
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