Bomb squad called to Aberdeen police HQ after suspicious item found
The bomb disposal unit has been sent to check a 'small item' at office on Queen Street.
A bomb squad from Edinburgh has been called to the police headquarters in Aberdeen after commercial explosives were taken there after a raid.
Police confirmed the unit had been sent to the scene on Queen Street in the city centre in response to a "small item".
A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: "Police Scotland can confirm that the Explosive Ordinance Device (EOD) unit were called today at 11.30am to attend at the Police Scotland building at Queen Street in Aberdeen to collect an item of low-grade commercial explosive, recovered during a routine warrant operation.
"There was no risk to Police Scotland staff or the public and the item will be disposed of safely by EOD specialists."
The building has not been evacuated.