An investigation has been launched into a fire which destroyed a caravan in Invergordon.
Police say that the fire, which was discovered about 12.15am on Thursday is being treated as “unexplained”.
The twin-berth caravan was completely destroyed in the incident. It was unoccupied at the time.
Two fire appliances from Invergordon attended the fire on Caberfeidh Drive and had the blaze extinguished within 20 minutes.
Yesterday a police cordon was in place around the vehicle, with an officer on watch nearby.
Police have urged anyone with information to contact them on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Meanwhile a Stornoway woman was taken to hospital after a fire in her home in the town’s Springfield Road.
Flames destroyed a bedroom in the one and a half storey terraced house, in front of the local health centre.
Smoke damage affected other parts of the house.
Emergency services remained at the scene into the early hours of yesterday.
Two fire teams from Stornoway were assisted by the Shawbost crew in bringing the fire under control after the alarm was raised at 9.50pm on Wednesday night.
A total of 17 firefighters tackled the flames, using six breathing sets and water jets.
An ambulance took the householder to the nearby Stornoway hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation.
Police cordoned off a section of road during the incident.
And firefighters have tackled a small grass fire in an Inverness suburb yesterday.
An area of around 53sq ft of gorse and grass were burnt at Tower Brae in Westhill. A wheelie bin was also caught up in the fire.
A fire appliance from Inverness were called to the area just after 10.30am and had the blaze under control in under 20 minutes.
They used a hosereel jet to extinguish the fire.