Investigations are continuing into a bomb scare which caused an Aberdeen community to be evacuated.
Residents in Rosemount were left out of their homes for more than six hours following the report of a suspicious package in Wallfield Crescent on February 27.
After the incident, the Ministry of Defence said it was being treated as a hoax and a probe was launched.
A police spokeswoman confirmed inquiries are still ongoing.
When the news of the hoax broke, local councillor Bill Cormie said: “This was a very serious incident and the fact it was a hoax is very, very concerning.
“This will have been a huge and unnecessary drain on the resources of the emergency services.
“It is absolutely shocking to hear the incident was a hoax and this was all for nothing.
“It’s very upsetting to hear and I am sure everyone who was affected will be extremely angry.”