Police and fire services have launched an investigation following a “well-developed” fire at a north-east business park.
Emergency services were called to Isla Bank Mills in Keith at about 7.50pm yesterday.
A number of roads were closed by Police Scotland during the incident and were reopened at around 10pm.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesman said: “Operations control mobilised a number of fire engines to the town’s Station Road, where firefighters were met by a well-developed fire.
“The stop message came in at 12.06am and the last appliance left the scene at 2.55am.
“We sent six standard appliances, one incident support unit, a command support unit, two breathing apparatus, a water carrier and a height appliance.”
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A spokesman for Police Scotland said: “Police Scotland and Scottish Fire and Rescue Service were in attendance at a fire at Isla Banks Mills.”
He said while the roads had reopened officers remained at the scene with a cordon in place.
He added: “There will be an investigation launched with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.”
There were no reports of casualties.