A fire broke out at an Aberdeen shop, leading to the evacuation of the flats above.
Fire crews were called to Dobry Express convenience store on King Street at just before 9am this morning after a blaze broke out.
Police were also called to assist firefighters in gaining entry to the building and to help evacuate the upper floors.
Crews remained at the scene for just over an hour. It is understood there are no suspicious circumstances.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesman said: “We received a call at 8.48am about a fire at a commercial premises on King Street, Aberdeen.
“Four appliances – two from North Anderson Drive and two from Aberdeen Central – went to the scene and used breathing apparatus and hose reels.
“The last of the crews left the scene at 10.20am.”
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “Officers attended the incident to assist fire crews in gaining entry to the building.
“The fire involved a commercial premises but it was necessary to evacuate the upper floors as a precaution.”