A fire that broke out in a derelict Aberdeen building could have been started on purpose, police believe.
Fire crews were called to a two-storey building on Logie Avenue in Aberdeen – close to the Haudagain roundabout – at just after 5pm on Sunday when the blaze started.
The fire was put out by 7.20pm but crews remained on the scene until 9pm.
A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “The fire is being treated as wilful.
“Inquiries are ongoing and anyone with information should contact police on 101 using reference number CF 0203360818.”
The building was to be demolished as part of a revamp of the roundabout.
After receiving reports of the fire, the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service sent six appliances, including a height vehicle.
An SFRS spokeswoman said: “The fire had started in a first-floor flat and spread into the roof.”