Police investigate voter fraud allegations in Glasgow
Police in Glasgow are investigating three cases of suspected voter fraud.
Glasgow City Council reported three cases of alleged “personation” following Thursday’s poll.
The offence occurs when a person votes as someone else.
It is understood one instance is being investigated in each of the Glasgow North, Central and South seats.
A Glasgow City Council spokesman said the authority is “co-operating with the police” on the matter.
BBC Scotland reported further possible cases of voter fraud in the Stirling and Paisley and Renfrewshire North constituencies.