Locals have been warned to stay away after a block of flats burst into flames in Nairn.
Fire crews were called to reports of a building ablaze on Harbour Street shortly after 1pm on Friday.
A top floor flat in the three-storey building had become engulfed in flames, with thick plumes of smoke billowing over the street.
No injuries were reported as a result of the fire.
Images gathered by STV News showed the top storey flat and building’s roof to be completely destroyed by the blaze.
Police Scotland urged members of the public to stay away from the area while the incident was ongoing.
A spokesperson for the force said: “Emergency services are in attendance at a building fire on Harbour Road in Nairn. The incident is currently ongoing and we would ask members of the public to avoid the area at this time.”
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “We were alerted at 1.09pm on Friday, June 9 to reports of a fire affecting a top floor flat in a three-storey building on Harbour Street, Nairn.
“Operations Control mobilised seven appliances and a height vehicle to the scene to extinguish the fire and crews remain at the scene as they work to make the area safe.
“There are no reported casualties.”