Boats have been drafted in to search a body of water in Renfrewshire as part of an ongoing incident.
The emergency services have camped out on Glen Gardens, just off Main Road, Elderslie, since yesterday afternoon as a search operation continues.
Multiple police cars, a fire engine, a water rescue service vehicle and an ambulance have all been on site.
The road is situated next to the Old Patrick Water where it is thought teams have been searching.
A Police Scotland spokesperson confirmed they were still present in the area this morning, but remained tight-lipped over what it is they are investigating.
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They said: “Police are currently in attendance at Old Patrick Water, Elderslie, as part of an ongoing police enquiry.
“Officers were called to the location around 6.15 pm on Sunday, March 26. No further details at this time.”
Fire crews were stood down on Sunday night before coming back again this morning.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “We were requested at 6.53pm on Sunday, March 26 to assist our emergency service partners in Elderslie.
“Operations Control mobilised two water rescue units and two fire appliances to the town’s Glen Gardens, where firefighters assisted their police partners before leaving the area.
“Crews reattended the scene as of 9.20am on Monday, March 27 to continue to support their partners.”
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