'No terrorist link' to explosion near Loch Lomond
Police investigating an explosion near Loch Lomond are treating the inquiry as a criminal rather than a terrorist-related matter, the BBC understands.
Several agencies, including anti-terrorist police and bomb disposal teams were involved in the operation at Garadhban Forest, near Gartocharn.
A number of items were removed from the site after reports of an explosion on 17 November.
It has since been re-opened to the public after officers were stood down.
Police were called to the scene after reports of an explosion about midday last Wednesday.
The investigation centred around a wooded area about 300 to 400 yards from Ross Priory, a 19th Century function venue owned by Strathclyde University.
Items were removed following a fingertip search of the site by specialist officers.
The operation was scaled back on Monday.