Police have launched an investigation into a deliberate fire in South Lanarkshire.
Three appliances were called to Cadzow Street, in Hamilton, just after 11pm on Tuesday after being alerted to a fire within the ground floor of a building.
Crews spent four hours at the scene and left after ensuring the area was safe.
No injures were reported following the incident.
Police said the fire is being treated as “wilful” and have launched an investigation into the blaze.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “We were alerted at 11.06pm on Tuesday, May 9, to reports of a building fire on Cadzow Street, Hamilton.
“Operations Control immediately mobilised two appliances, then increased to three to extinguish a fire affecting the ground floor of a building.
“There were no casualties and crews left the scene at 3.01am on Wednesday, May 10, after ensuring the area was safe.
“A joint investigation alongside Police Scotland is currently ongoing.”
Police Scotland added: “Around 11.10pm on Tuesday, May 9, police were called to a premises on Cadzow Street following a report of a fire.
“The incident is being treated as wilful and enquiries are ongoing.”