Cops warn after Paris attacks

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon arrives at the French Consulate and is greeted by French Consulate General Emmanuel Cocher While she is there she also signs the book of condolonses.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon arrives at the French Consulate and is greeted by French Consulate General Emmanuel Cocher While she is there she also signs the book of condolonses.

Police Scotland has issued advice and guidance, following that attacks in Paris last Friday.

So far, 129 people have been confirmed dead in the multiple attacks while many more have been injured.

Police have exercised plans to respond to multi seated firearms attacks and may increase their presence in some areas.

Although there is no specific threat in Scotland, people are asked to remain vigilante and, if they see anything suspicious, report it.

People can call 101 or the anti terrorist hotline on 0800 789 321.

Meanwhile, the Scottish Government has held a resilience meeting at the weekend.

Key figures in the Government met to discuss the situation while the First Minister took also part in a UK resilience meeting with the PM.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said: “We were all shocked and horrified by the terrorist attacks in Paris.

“I visited the French Consulate and expressed, on behalf of the Scottish people, our sympathy and solidarity with the people of France at this terrible time.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of France.

“We stand ready to help in any way we can.”