A man is due to appear in court over alleged firearms offences following a major police probe in Dundee.
The usually-quiet Craigiebank area of the city was placed on lockdown for several hours on Thursday after police discovered a “device” within a property on Carlochie Place.
A bomb squad was called in to the scene along with the fire service and ambulance incident response units. The latter both attending as a precaution.
Today, police confirmed a 30-year-old man had been charged over alleged firearm offences and was due in court on Monday.
A statement from the force added: “Inquiries are continuing regarding a device which was recovered during a search of the property in Carlochie Place.
“We would like to reiterate that there is no threat to the wider public, and that there will continue to be a police presence in Carlochie Place while relevant inquiries are conducted.”