Firefighters have been called to an Aberdeenshire supermarket.
Crews were sent Morrisons in North Deeside Road just before 11am.
Update 1.30pm: Firefighters with specialist equipment were sent to the scene in Banchory, along with six fire engines.
The alarm was raised shortly before 11am, when the units responded to reports of a smell of gas at the Morrisons store in North Deeside Road.
A Police Scotland spokesman said officers were called out but have since been stood down, and all those involved in the incident are believed to be safe and well.
He said: “We received a report of a gas leak at Morrisons in Banchory shortly after 11am.
“The supermarket was evacuated and everyone is safe and well.”