Second teenager charged after toddler hit on head by brick thrown through Glasgow bus window

A second schoolboy has been charged after a toddler was hit on the head with a brick thrown through a bus window.

The 17-month-old girl was in a pram when the projectile was hurled from the vehicle as it travelled along Glasgow's Battlefield Road at around 6.45pm on Tuesday 10 January.

The injured child, who was with her mother, was taken to the city's Queen Elizabeth University Hospital but later discharged.

Police Scotland revealed this week that a 15-year-old boy had been charged in connection with the incident.

On Thursday the force confirmed that another 15-year-old male had been arrested and charged.

A police spokesperson said: "Reports for both will be submitted to the Scottish Children's Reporter."