Police Scotland are investigating ten allegations of electoral fraud at Glasgow.
Police are at the scene of the ballot count and it is believed ballot papers have been placed into Police Evidence bags.
Police have received 10 allegations suggesting that people have double voted on ten occasions.
Police will be recovering any evidence that will relate to electoral fraud and will form part of a Police Investigation.
It has been confirmed a number of people had turned out at polling stations in Scotland having already had their name been crossed off the list.
Allegations of electoral fraud in Glasgow. Ballot papers being taken away by police after reports of double voting on at least 10 occasions
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