Six people have been arrested and charged with vandalism offences at a block of flats due to be demolished in Glasgow.
Police confirmed they were called to the property on Wyndford Road following reports of a disturbance shortly after 3am on Monday.
Three women, aged 31, 21 and 20, were arrested and charged by officers.
Police were later called again at 10.30pm the same evening and a further three men, aged 29, 25 and 21, were also arrested and charged.
It comes as four blocks of flats in the area are set to be demolished by housing association the Wheatley Group.
No plans have been officially put in place for the land however residents have expressed anger at the demolition.
Campaigners, including Wyndford Residents Union, say the buildings can be repurposed and the demolition would be a loss to Glasgow’s architecture.
An occupation of the building by the Glasgow Young Communist League is understood to have started on Monday morning.
Wheatley Homes have proposed around 255 of the 300 new homes for social housing, with the remaining 45 for affordable housing. However, Glasgow City Council say no planning application has been officially made for development on the site.
Wheatley Homes also said 85% of tenants living in the four blocks supported the proposals during consultation.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “We were made aware of a disturbance at a property on Wyndford Road in Glasgow shortly after 3.05am on Monday, January 16.
“Three women, aged 31, 21 and 20, have been arrested and charged in connection with a vandalism.
“They are all expected to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court at a later date.
“We were made aware of a further incident in the area around 10.30pm on Monday, January 16.
“Three men, aged 29, 25 and 21, were arrested and charged in connection with a vandalism. They are also due to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court at a later date.”
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