Bomb disposal experts were called to examine a suspected World War Two hand grenade found in Edinburgh.

The grenade, believed to be in the boot of a car in North Gyle Terrace, was reported to police at about 15:30.

There are not believed to be any suspicious circumstances surrounding the incident.

A Police Scotland spokesman said: “There were no explosive parts found in the grenade and the matter has now been safely resolved.”

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Bomb disposal team examines edinburgh 'grenade'