A fire at a high rise building in Edinburgh sparked a major emergency service response on Sunday evening.
Four fire engines and a height appliance were dispatched to Hailesland Park at around 8.52pm on February 12.
Ambulances and police were also spotted at the scene, however no injuries were reported as a result.
Police confirmed that the fire is being treated as “wilful”, and an investigation is under way.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “We were alerted at 8.52pm on Sunday, February 12 to reports of a fire affecting a high rise building at Hailesland Park, Edinburgh.
“Operations control mobilised four appliances and a height vehicle to the scene to make the area safe.
“There were no reported casualties.”
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Around 9.05pm on Sunday, February 12, officers were called to assist Scottish Fire and Rescue Service at the scene of a fire on Hailesland Park, Edinburgh.
“The incident is being treated as wilful and enquiries are ongoing.”
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