Hundreds of thousands of pounds of damage has been caused by an early morning blaze at a garage.
Emergency services were called to Gordon's Garage on Pittodrie Place, Aberdeen, at around 3.50am on Sunday.
At the height of the incident around 50 firefighters were at the scene tackling the flames.
Both the building and vehicles were damaged.
The fire is believed to have caused more than £100,000 worth of damage.
The blaze is currently being treated as “unexplained” and Grampian Police and The Grampian Fire and Rescue Service have launched an investigation.
A spokeswoman for the fire service said: “We got the call at 3.46am. At one point there were around 50 firefighters there and they left the scene around 1pm.
“In total we had eight pumps, a height vehicle, an incident support van, a command support unit and welfare unit at the scene.”
Units from Aberdeen, Kintore, Ellon and Inverurie were all called to the blaze.
Seaton local policing team inspector Christine Gordon said: "This was a substantial fire which has caused extensive damage to the premises itself and the vehicles within. While it is still very early, it is estimated that the value of the damage will likely amount to a six figure sum of money.
"The fire is currently being treated as unexplained and a joint investigation between Grampian Police and Grampian Fire and Rescue will now take place to establish the cause. Officers are currently carrying out door to door enquiries in the area and I would appeal for anyone who saw anything suspicious in the early hours of Sunday morning to come forward to us as soon as possible."
Ardarroch Road, Linksfield Place and a section of Pittodrie Place are currently closed to allow the emergency services access.
Anyone with any information can contact police on 0845 600 700 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.