Police asked not to spread rumors about the incident in Glasgow
The police asked them to refrain from speculations regarding the incident in Glasgow, where an unknown attacker with a knife at several people, said the Deputy head of the Scottish police Steve Johnson.
Previously one of the streets in downtown were blocked by police, witnesses have circulated in social networks a video in which several armed police officers run into one of the buildings, presumably accommodation. Media, citing its own sources reported three dead and several injured, and the traces of blood on the street. Accurate official information about the incident is not given.
"Please do not post about the incident in Glasgow rumors and what one knows only by hearsay. The Glasgow police will distribute information when it's appropriate", the statement says Johnson.
Earlier, police reported that at present the situation is under control, no threat. During the incident a knife was shot one police officer, suspect shot by police he acted alone.